This book takes an object-oriented approach to introduce Visual Basic .NET. The author begins by covering object-oriented analysis, design, and modeling using UML. He then moves into a detailed discussion of objects and clasess, after which, readers begin develoing their own short programs. Advanced topics such as data structures, components, and distributed/Internet programming are also covered. Programmers interested in learning the Visual Basic .NET programming language.
Table of Contents:
1. Software Development.
2. Software Design.
3. The Visual Basic .Net language.
4. Objects, Classes, Types.
5. Controlling Program Code.
6. Data Structures.
7. Inheritance and Polymorphism.
8. Windows Applications.
9. Windows Controls.
10. Object Modelling.
11. Files, Streams and Serialization.
Appendix 1. Working without Visual Studio.
Appendix 2. Database Connections.
Appendix 3. Program Style.
Appendix 4. Application Checklist.