Object-Oriented Programming With Visual Basic .NET

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Tag: Programming

Posted on 2007-10-31. By anonymous.


This book will show you how to think about similarities in your application logic and how to design and create objects that maximize the benefit and power of .NET. Packed with examples that will guide you through every step, Object-Oriented Programming with Visual Basic .NET is for those with some programming experience.

This book is not a reference. That needs to be said right off the bat. It was written to be read cover to cover; it tells a story. It’s an interwoven tale about object-oriented programming in the .NET world: building objects, moving them, and using them around the world. This is not just a how-to book; it’s a why-to and a when-to book as well.

At times, this book is ideal for beginners. At other times, it is for intermediate programmers. And sometimes, it is for advanced coders. Regardless of your skills, this book assumes three things: the .NET Framework is installed on a machine and under your control, you have access to a web server, and, when you get curious, you know how to look up whatever interests you in the documentation. .NET is massive. However, I wasn’t able to cover every subject; I wanted the book to be manageable for the readers, fun, and informative.

Chapter 01 - Introduction
Chapter 02 - Object Fundamentals
Chapter 03 - Class Anatomy
Chapter 04 - Object-Orientation
Chapter 05 - Interfacing .NET
Chapter 06 - Exceptional Objects
Chapter 07 - Object Inspection
Chapter 08 - Object In, Object Out
Chapter 09 - Object Remoting
Chapter 10 - Web Services




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