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Microsoft Visual Basic 2013 Step by Step - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

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Microsoft Visual Basic 2013 Step by Step PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: 0735667047, By Michael Halvorson

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Visual Basic 2010 Express Tutorial 1 - Getting Started Hello World - Free Download

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How to Create a Database in Visual Studio in Less than 10 Minutes

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Pro HTML5 with Visual Studio 2012

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How To Use and Mastering Java Programming Language With Advanced Java Programming Video Course

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How To Use and Mastering Java Programming Language and Take Your Java Programming Skills To The Next Level.

 

In this Advanced Java Programming training course, expert content provider Infinite Skills builds on the beginners Java course, and goes deeper into programming topics that help you to understand these more advanced Java concepts. Designed for the more experienced Java developer, you should have a good working knowledge of the Java programming language before going through this tutorial.

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Visual Basic: Simple Login Form Tutorial

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Develop PowerShell code within Visual Studio

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Former PowerShell skeptic Tony Patton describes how the PowerGUI Visual Studio Extension brings PowerShell development into Visual Studio.


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Visual Basic Tutorial - 1 - What Is Visual Basic

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Visual Basic 101 Tutorial Part 1 of 9

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Clearly Visual Basic, 3rd Edition - Free eBook Share

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eBook Free Download: Clearly Visual Basic, 3rd Edition | PDF, EPUB | ISBN: 1285084101 | 2013-04-24 | English | PutLocker

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Clearly Visual Basic: Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2012
Learning to program with Microsoft Visual Basic has never been easier! CLEARLY VISUAL BASIC: PROGRAMMING WITH MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 2012, 3E by best-selling programming author Diane Zak uses a simple, proven, step-by-step approach that’s ideal for learning a first programming language. Readers need no prior programming experience. Clear, brief chapters introduce Visual Basic — today’s most popular Microsoft programming language — in small, manageable segments without cumbersome technical jargon. This easy-to-follow book focuses on the fundamentals to ensure readers master essential programming and problem-solving skills they can easily transfer to other languages. This innovative text uses visualizationand application to introduce the basics with the most recent version of Visual Basic 2012. Clear figures emphasize important programming concepts, while memorable new examples place concepts into a meaningful context. Expanded exercises let readers apply what they’re learning, while mini-quizzes check their understanding. Unique “Want More Info?” PDF files let readers view extra examples and further explanations as needed. Trust CLEARLY VISUAL BASIC: PROGRAMMING WITH MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 2012, 3E for the straight-forward, clear approach to Visual Basic today’s beginners need for programming success.

Table of Contents

Read This before You Begin
Ch 1: I Am Not a Control Freak! (Control Structures)
Ch 2: First You Need to Plan the Party (Problem-Solving Process)
Ch 3: I Need a Tour Guide (Introduction to Visual Basic 2012)
Ch 4: Do-It-Yourself Designing (Designing Interfaces)
Ch 5: The Secret Code (Assignment Statements)
Ch 6: Where Can I Store This? (Variables and Constants)
Ch 7: What’s Wrong with It? (Syntax, Logic, and Run Time Errors)
Ch 8: Decisions, Decisions, Decisions (Selection Structure)
Ch 9: Time to Leave the Nest (Nested Selection Structures)
Ch 10: So Many Paths…So Little Time (Multiple-Alternative Selection Structures)
Ch 11: Testing, Testing…1, 2, 3 (Selecting Test Data)
Ch 12: How Long Can This Go On? (Pretest Loops)
Ch 13: Do It, Then Ask Permission (Posttest Loops)
Ch 14: Let Me Count the Ways (Counter-Controlled Loops)
Ch 15: I’m on the Inside; You’re on the Outside (Nested Loops)
Ch 16: I Hear You are Breaking Up (Sub Procedures)
Ch 17: Talk to Me (Function Procedures)
Ch 18: A Ray of Sunshine (One-Dimensional Arrays)
Ch 19: Parallel and Dynamic Universes (More on One-Dimensional Arrays)
Ch 20: Table Tennis, Anyone? (Two-Dimensional Arrays)
Ch 21: Building Your Own Structure (Structures)
Ch 22: I’m Saving for the Future (Sequential Access Files)
Ch 23: The String Section (String Manipulation)
Ch 24: I’m Suffering from Information Overload (Access Databases)
Ch 25: The Missing “LINQ” (Querying a Database)
Ch 26: I Love This Class (Creating a Class)
Ch 27: Getting “Web-ified” (Web Applications)
Appendix A: Data Types

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How to create a simple calculator by using Visual Studio 2012 HD

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Visual Studio Lightswitch 2012 - Free eBook Share

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eBook Free Download: Visual Studio Lightswitch 2012 | PDF, EPUB | ISBN: 1430250712 | 2013-07-31 | English | PutLocker

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LightSwitch 2012 is included as part of the Visual Studio 2012 package. It is a rapid application deployment tool that lets power users and administrators build data-centric business applications for thedesktop, cloud, and Web in just a few clicks, with no code required. The basics are very easily understood but more advanced users will hunger for more: how do you design complex layouts? How do you query data using LINQ and other syntax structures? How do you secure your application against malicious use? Visual Studio LightSwitch 2012 answers these questions and more as author Tim Leung—winner of a Microsoft2011 Community Contributor Award for his LightSwitch expertise—covers this breakthrough product in detail. For serious developers building, enhancing and deploying advanced business applications using LightSwitch makes sense because they can benefit from the elegance, convenience and cost savings afforded by rapid application development before going beyond the “click-and-you’re-done” interface to include the extra value and depth of coding expertise that their clients value.

What you’ll learn

With Visual Studio LightSwitch 2012, learn how to:

Add visibility through with Relationships and Details screensUse customized queries, sorts and filters, and reportingCustomize displays via user controlsUse multiple line-of-business data sources to aggregate reportsHandle events in code and debug applicationsMaster the intricacies of complex user interface designSecure your applications through authenticationWrite custom .NET code to enhance LightSwitchDeploy maintainable LightSwitch projectsWho this book is for

Visual Studio LightSwitch 2012 is a book designed for any software developer who wants to take advantage of the rapid application deployment (RAD) experience offered by LightSwitch. It is ideal reading for those wanting to build and design applications correctly from the onset. Developers who have grasped the basics of LightSwitch and are looking to do more will benefit greatly from this book. Anyone struggling to design complex screens and queries in order to meet user requirements will find the answers in this book.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introducing LightSwitch
Chapter 2: Setting Up Your Data
Chapter 3: Introducing Silverlight Screen Design
Chapter 4: Accessing Data with Code
Chapter 5: Validating Data
Chapter 6: Querying Your Data
Chapter 7: Mastering Silverlight Screen Design
Chapter 8: Creating HTML Interfaces
Chapter 9: Creating and Using RIA Services
Chapter 10: Sharing Data with OData
Chapter 11: Creating and Using Custom Controls
Chapter 12: Creating Control Extensions
Chapter 13: Creating Data and Presentation Extensions
Chapter 14: Creating Reports
Chapter 15: Sending E-mail
Chapter 16: Authenticating Your Users
Chapter 17: Authorizing Your Users
Chapter 18: Deploying Your Application

APPENDIX A: Culture Names
APPENDIX B: Data Type Identifiers
APPENDIX C: Using Properties in Custom Controls
APPENDIX D: Custom Screen Template View IDs
APPENDIX E: HelpDesk Tables

jason assaf's curator insight, June 3, 2015 1:49 AM

great book