Sams Teach Yourself Object-Oriented Programming with Visual Basic.NET in 21 Days

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This book is focused on "getting the concepts" as well as teaching how to apply OOP concepts in the new version of Visual Basic. The reader is not expected to have any mastery of a given OOP language. In fact, the stress of having to learn the syntax of an OOP language, without first having a strong conceptual foundation about the OOP paradigm, often prevents the programmer from doing effective Object Oriented Programming at the language level....
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Overview

This book is focused on "getting the concepts" as well as teaching how to apply OOP concepts in the new version of Visual Basic. The reader is not expected to have any mastery of a given OOP language. In fact, the stress of having to learn the syntax of an OOP language, without first having a strong conceptual foundation about the OOP paradigm, often prevents the programmer from doing effective Object Oriented Programming at the language level. However, a beginner's knowledge of the Visual Basic language is a definite plus.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672321498
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 12/1/2001
  • Series: Sams Teach Yourself Series
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 413
  • Product dimensions: 7.70 (w) x 8.70 (h) x 0.98 (d)

Meet the Author

Richard J. Simon is the co-founder of MillenniSoft, Inc., a software development and consulting company that specializes in custom application development with the latest technologies for Windows and the Internet. Before starting MillenniSoft, Richard was a CTO for over eight years in a software development company that specialized in client/server development with n-tier technology.

In 1985, Richard started consulting and developing custom PC software applications. By 1989, he was developing Windows applications for some of the largest Fortune 100 companies in the US. Richard has always been on the cutting edge of technology and spends his time researching and developing new technologies to bring to market. He has authored and tech edited several books on Windows development including the Win32 API Super Bible (Sams Publishing).

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Day 1 Object-Oriented Programming 101: Making the Task Application 7
Day 2 Learning to Speak OOP 27
Day 3 Enclosing Features and Data in Objects 45
Day 4 Making New Objects by Extending Existing Objects 61
Day 5 Giving Objects Polymorphic Behavior 81
Day 6 Building Complex Objects by Combining Objects 95
Day 7 Getting to Know the Visual Basic .NET Programming Environment 107
Day 8 Working with Visual Basic .NET Data Types 135
Day 9 Organizing Classes into Groups 147
Day 10 Creating a User Interface 157
Day 11 Creating and Using Components 175
Day 12 Building Web Applications 189
Day 13 Deploying Visual Basic .NET Projects 207
Day 14 Working with Object Interfaces 219
Day 15 Handling Events, Messages, and Notifications 239
Day 16 Gracefully Capturing Errors 257
Day 17 Developing and Using Remote Objects 271
Day 18 Designing a Project Management Application 287
Day 19 Creating the Project Management Application 301
Day 20 Adding Features to the Application 321
Day 21 Enhancing the Application's Features 345
App. A: Answers to Quizzes 367
Index 395
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