What is this book about? In Professional VB.NET 2003, the authors cover VB.NET virtually from start to finish. The authors begin by looking at the .NET Framework and end by looking at best practices for deploying .NET applications. In between, the authors look at everything from database access to integration with other technologies, such as XML, along with investigating the new features in detail. You will see that VB.NET has emerged as a powerful yet easy-to-use language that will allow you to target the Internet just as easily as the desktop. What does this book cover? With this book, you'll be able to do the following: Create new namespaces and how to import and alias existing namespaces within projects Apply object-oriented concepts in design and development to create effective object-oriented applications Become familiar with value and reference types and understand the key differences in how variables are defined in VB.NET Handle errors using the Try...Catch...Finally structure Access data using ADO.NET and bind controls to the underlying data sources Create Windows applications and custom Windows controls Work with data binding and learn to update the underlying data source
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