The Designing Visual Basic.NET Applications book is a desktop reference that helps the Visual Basic developer get up to speed on .NET as fast as possible, while avoiding topics experienced developers are already familiar with. It encompasses all language enhancements to Visual Basic and explains the .NET framework concepts and real-world examples of their use. It includes object models for developing ADO.NET, ASP.NET, SOAP, and XML. The book covers best practices, web development project coverage, data access method code examples featuring the newly released ADO.NET, detailed info on security features, and helps you migrate old Visual Basic projects to .NET. In addition, the book includes helpful checklists and models to aid developers in project planning and migration.scale grander than a single user application. You cannot run a Windows Service from the Visual Studio environment to test it. Once you create the Windows Service, you need to install it on a test server and attach a debugging program to it oranbsp;...
|Title||:||Designing Visual Basic.NET Applications|
|Publisher||:||Coriolis Group - 2001|