VB.NET Books

Beginning ASP.NET Databases using VB.NET

For a web site to offer its users an experience that improves on that of newspapers or textbooks, it needs a way to change the information it contains dynamically – and that means it needs access to a data source. Through the combination of ASP.NET and ADO.NET, Microsoft provides everything necessary to access, read from, and write to …

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Pro ASP.NET 2.0 in VB 2005, Special Edition

To celebrate recent innovations, and to demonstrate Apress’ commitment to the ASP.NET market, we are publishing a special edition of Pro ASP.NET 2.0 in VB 2005, with new chapters explaining how to use these important new technologies. On top of the book’s already extensive coverage, readers will learn how to create Ajax and Atlas applications in ASP.NET 2.0. …

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Beginning ASP.NET Databases Using VB.NET (Programmer to Programmer)

What is this book about? For a web site to offer its users an experience that improves on that of newspapers or textbooks, it needs a way to change the information it contains dynamically – and that means it needs access to a data source. Through the combination of ASP.NET and ADO.NET, Microsoft provides everything necessary to …

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Learn Visual Basic: A Step-By-Step Programming Tutorial

LEARN VISUAL BASIC is a comprehensive step-by-step programming tutorial covering object-oriented programming, the Visual Basic integrated development environment, building and distributing Windows applications using the Windows Installer, exception handling, sequential file access, graphics, multimedia, advanced topics such as web access, printing, and HTML help system authoring. The tutorial also introduces database applications (using ADO .NET) and web applications …

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The Ultimate VB .NET and ASP.NET Code Book

Well-known programmer Karl Moore provides hundreds of useful, real-world code snippets showing developers how to take real advantage of the true secrets behind the programming language. The attraction of this book is the idea that someone picks up the book, looks at the outline and sees three or four things that they didn’t know how …

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