Visual Basic .NET Power Tools

Visual Basic .NET Power Tools

eBook - 2004
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Step-by-Step Instruction on Complex Topics Leads You to the Expert Level

Do you scour VB.NET books seeking solutions for esoteric database programming, debugging, security, or printing challenges, but can't ever find them? Are you wrestling with VB.NET's newer topics, such as asynchronous programming, Web services, employing Office objects, using reflection, and the .NET Compact Framework? Could you use some assistance making the transition from VB6 to VB.NET? If so, peer inside.

Visual Basic .NET Power Tools is intended for professional programmers geared up to tackle the complex, cutting-edge, and sophisticated aspects of VB.NET. In this rare book, two world-renowned VB authors thoroughly describe a broad range of fascinating and important aspects of VB that aren't addressed elsewhere.

This solutions-oriented guide teaches you how to:

Get under the hood of the .NET Framework, and find out why it works the way it does Employ serialization techniques Leverage Microsoft Office in your applications Master encryption, hashing, and creating keys Learn advanced printing techniques Use the new reflection technology to look inside executing assemblies Build data-driven Web applications Design data-driven Windows applications Work with regular expressions Employ advanced graphics techniques Create professional-looking forms Design effective User Interfaces Use the .NET Compact Framework and its emerging technologies
Publisher: Alameda, Calif. ; London : SYBEX, c2004 (Norwood, Mass. : Books24x7.com [generator])
ISBN: 0782142427
Additional Contributors: Mansfield, Richard 1945-
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