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Visual Basic 2008 Resource Center
Visual Basic 2008 Books
VB 2008 Recipes
Visual Basic 2008 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach, by Todd Herman, Allen Jones, Matthew MacDonald and Rakesh Rajan (April 2008). Discusses important new .NET 3.5 technologies (such as the Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) and LINQ), database access, multimedia, XML manipulation, networking, security, storing and retrieving data from a relational database using LINQ, manipulating XML data using LINQ, writing multithreaded applications and integrating multimedia into VB projects.
Beginning Microsoft Visual Basic 2008
Beginning Microsoft Visual Basic 2008, by Thearon Willis and Byran Newsome (May 2008). Discusses building class libraries, web services, .NET remoting, deploying applications, the Windows Workflow Foundation, the Windows Presentation Foundation, and the Windows Communication Foundation.
Professional Visual Basic 2008
Professional Visual Basic 2008, by Bill Evien, Billy Hollis, Bill Sheldon, and Kent Sharkey (May 2008). Discusses Visual Studio Orcas, web services, .NET remoting, deploying applications, the Windows Workflow Foundation, the Windows Presentation Foundation, the Windows Communication Foundation, the .NET 3.5 framework, common language runtime, applying objects and components, namespaces, error handling, debugging, XML with VB.NET and ASP.NET advanced features.
Intro to Programming Using VB 2008, 7/e
Intro to Programming Using Visual Basic 2008, 7/e, by David Schneider (May 2008). Discusses developing problem-solving skills and reviews the preliminaries of Windows.
Teach Yourself VB 2008 in 24 Hours
Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic 2008 in 24 Hours: The Complete Starter Kit, by James Foxall (March 2008).
Prog. Windows Services with MS VB 2008
Programming Windows Services with Microsoft Visual Basic 2008, by Michael Gernaey (February 2008). Discusses developing Windows services with Visual Basic 2008, the trend of software as a service, how to design and implement Web services, the dynamic between rich and thin clients, creating modern, service-oriented applications, integration of services with other Microsoft technologies, Microsoft BizTalk® Server, Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), and Microsoft SQL Server™.
Starting Out with Visual Basic 2008, 4/e
Starting Out with Visual Basic 2008, 4/e, by Tony Gaddis and Kip Irvine (February 2008). Discusses developing Visual Basic 9.0 programs, programming concepts, using controls, using concepts, the features of VB 9.0, creating applications, input, variables, exceptions, calculations, decision making, strings, loops, lists, validation, sub-procedures, functions, multiple forms, standard modules, menus, arrays, timers, files, printing, structure, databases, developing web applications, classes, exceptions, collections and scrollable controls.
Visual Basic 2008 For Dummies
Visual Basic 2008 For Dummies, by Bill Sempf (March 2008). Discusses the fundamentals of writing code, building next-generation applications, the features and functions in VB 2008, LINQ queries and developing Vista applications.
Visual Basic 2008 How to Program, 4/e
Visual Basic 2008 How to Program, 4/e, by Paul J. Deitel and Harvey M. Deitel (May 2008). Discusses Visual Basic Express 2008 IDE, VB programming, classes, objects, control statements, methods, arrays, LINQ, object-oriented programming (OOP): inheritance, OOP: polymorphism, exception handling, graphical user interfaces with Windows Forms, graphical user interfaces with Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and XAML, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) graphics and multimedia, strings, characters, regular expressions, files, streams, XML, LINQ to XML, databases, LINQ to SQL, LINQ to DataSets, ASP.NET, ASP.NET Ajax, web services, the Windows Communication Foundation, Microsoft Silverlight, Rich Internet Applications, data structures, generics, and collections. Appendices cover primitive types, number systems, using the Visual Studio debugger, an ATM Case Study, UML 2: additional diagram types, the ASCII character set, and Unicode.
Simply Visual Basic 2008, 3/e
Simply Visual Basic 2008, 3/e, by Paul J. Deitel and Harvey M. Deitel (April 2008). Discusses computers, the Internet, VB, VB Express 2008 IDE, visual programming, textboxes, buttons, programming, variables, memory concepts, arithmetic, algorithms, pseudocode, program control, checkboxes, message dialogs, the Do While loop, the Do Until loop, repetition statements, the For Next repetition statement, the Select-Case statement, functions procedures, Sub procedures, using dates and timers, scope, pass-by-reference, option Strict, random-number generation, arrays and ComboBoxes, RadioButtons, classes, objects, collections, For Each…Next statements, access keys, LINQ, graphics object, mouse events, keyboard events, menus, dialogs, string processing, sequential-access files, database programming, LINQ to SQL, graphics and printing with the WPF, multimedia with the WPF, Visual Web Developer 2008 Express, the ASP.NET Development Server, web controls, and exception handling.
Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 Step-by-Step
Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 Step-by-Step, by Michael Halvorson (January 2008). Discusses the fundamentals of Visual Basic 2008, building robust applications; how, when, and why to use the latest features of Visual Basic, creating components and applications for Windows, data management, and web-based development topics.
VB 2008: Build a Program Now!
Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition: Build a Program Now! by Patrice Pelland (March 2008). Discusses the Microsoft Visual Studio® development environment, how to put the easy-to-use tools in Visual Basic Express Edition to work, Microsoft Visual Studio® development environment; and creating, compiling, testing, and delivering a ready-to-use program.
Visual Basic 2008
Visual Basic 2008, by Rod Stephens (January 2008). Discusses the IDE, menus, toolbars, windows, customization, the Windows Forms Designer, the WPF Designer, the Visual Basic Code Editor, debugging, selecting Windows Forms controls, using Windows Forms controls, Windows Forms, selecting and using WPF controls, WPF windows, program and module structure, data types, variables, constants, operators, subroutines, functions, control statements, error handling, database controls, objects, LINQ, custom controls, drag-and-drop, the clipboard, UAC security, object-oriented programming concepts, classes, structures, namespaces, collection classes, generics, drawing basics, brushes, pens, paths, text, image processing, printing, reporting, configuration and resources, streams, file-system objects, the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), and useful namespaces. The appendices cover useful control properties, methods and events; variable declarations and data types, operators, subroutine and function declarations, control statements, error handling, Windows Forms Controls and components, Visual Basic power packs, Form objects, classes and structures, generics, graphics, exception classes, date and time format specifiers, and other format specifiers.
Mastering Visual Basic 2008
Mastering Visual Basic 2008, by Evangelos Petroutsos (February 2008). Discusses Visual Basic 2008 language, programming fundamentals, GI design, the Vista interface, basic controls, forms, the TreeView, the ListView, custom classes, objects, custom controls, strings, characters, dates, collections, files and folders, XML and object serialization, DLINQ, drawing, images, printing, relational databases, ADO.NET, binding controls, entities, web applications, ASP.NET, and XML web services. The appendices cover mastering IT solutions and debugging.

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