J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
Visual BASIC .Net training course contents
Writing your first program
Visual Studio, forms designer, running VB programs, the UI, properties, writing the code.
Basic use, input controls, ActiveX controls.
Menus and Dialog Boxes
Menus, Dialog Box controls, event procedures.
Visual Basic .NET variables and operators
Variables, I/O, data types, constants, operators, Math Methods, precedence.
Decision Structures and Loops and Timers
Event-Driven programming, If…Then, Select Case, For…Next Loops, Timer Control.
Debugging Visual Basic .NET Programs
Break Mode, watch & command windows.
Structured Error Handling
Try...Catch, Finally, Err Object, retry periods.
Modules and Procedures
Standard modules, public variables, procedures.
Arrays and Collections to Manage Data
Fixed-Size & dynamic Arrays, ReDim Preserve, object collections, Controls Collection.
Text Files and String Processing
Text Box object, Text String methods, sorting.
Automating Office Applications
Application objects, automation in VB, the Object Browser, the Process Component.
Deploying Visual Basic .NET Applications
Planning a deployment, ways to deploy an application, deployment projects, options.
Managing Windows Forms
Forms, positioning, manipulation, adding controls, organizing controls, Startup Object.
Adding Graphics and Animation Effects
System.Drawing namespace, coordinates, SystemPaint Event, animation, transparency.
Inheriting Forms and Creating Base Classes
Inheriting forms, inheritance picker, base classes and inheritance, classes in projects.
Working with Printers
PrintDocument class, Text Box object, Print Preview and Page Setup Dialog Boxes.
Database programming with ADO.NET
Databases, ADO.NET, Data Adapters, Datasets, Bound & Navigation Controls. Displaying database records, formatting DataGrid cells, updating the database.
Displaying HTML Documents Using IE
IE Object, Internet Controls, IE Events.
Web Forms for Interactive Web Applications
ASP.NET, Web Forms vs. Windows Forms, HTML controls, web applications, event procedures for web forms controls.
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