This book/CD-ROM package explores a different approach to learning Visual Basic.net thanmost programming books on the market. Instead of reading chapter after chapter on a single topic, Learning Visual Basic.net through Applications focuses on having the reader complete a project in each chapter. The reader learns to create practical applications that he can actually use, such as an image browser, an email checker, an MP3 player, games, and much more. Each chapter is self-contained, allowing the reader to "skip" to the project of specific interest. Learning Visual Basic.net through Applications is simply the easiest way for programmers to learn Visual Basic.net.
|Series:||Charles River Media Programming Ser.|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.00(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction To Visual Basic.Net; Chapter 2: Developing A Visual Basic Multimedia Player; Chapter3: Creating An MP3 Player; Chapter 4: Windows Forms; Chapter 5: Creating A VB.net Pong Game; Chapter 6: A 3D Model Viewer; Chapter 7: Visual Basic.net Screen Saver; Chapter 8: Design A Word Processor; Chapter 9: FTP Program; Chapter 10: MDI Web Browser; Chapter 11: Creating A Chat Program; Chapter 12: Animated Desktop Assistant; Chapter 13: Creating an Internet Time Retrieving ActiveX Control; Chapter 14: Visual Basic.net Paint Program; Chapter 15: Screen Capture in VB.net; Chapter 16: Graphing Calculator; Chapter 17: Visual Basic Slot Machine; Chapter 18: DirectX 8 2D Sample; Chapter 19: DirectX 8 3D Sample; Chapter 20: Playing DIVX Movies with Visual Basic.net; Chapter 21: Creating Explorer Band Add-Ins; Chapter 22: Thumbnail Image Browser; Chapter 23: Dictation Application; Chapter 24: 3D Gaming With Eldermage OCX; Chapter 25: An E-mail Checker