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- Wiley 2010; US$ 59.99
This book introduces you to the features and capabilities that ASP.NET 4 offers, and explains the foundation that ASP.NET provides. It covers each major new feature included in ASP.NET 4 in detail. Retaining the unique C# and VB dual language coverage, this edition retains many great features from previous versions, including both printed and downloadable... more...
- Wiley 2011; US$ 34.99 US$ 27.99
Visual Basic is a favorite programming language, so if you’renew to programming, it’s a great place to start. VisualBasic 2008 For Dummies is the fun and easy way to begincreating applications right away while you get the hang of usingthe Visual Studio environment. Soon you’ll be building allsorts of useful stuff with VB 2008! ... more...
- Wiley 2010; US$ 59.99
The new edition of the ultimate comprehensive guide to Microsoft Visual Basic Where most VB books start with beginner level topics, Mastering Visual Basic 2010 vaults you right into intermediate and advanced coverage. From the core of the language and user interface design to developing data-driven applications, this detailed book brings you thoroughly... more...
- Pearson Education 2010; US$ 27.99
In just 24 sessions of one hour or less, you?ll learn how to build complete, reliable, and modern applications with Visual Basic 2010. Using this book?s straightforward, step-by-step approach, you?ll master the entire process, from navigating VB 2010 to deploying finished solutions. You?ll learn how to write efficient object-oriented code; build superior... more...
- O'Reilly Media 2006; US$ 43.99
Why program Excel? For solving complex calculations and presenting results, Excel is amazingly complete with every imaginable feature already in place. But programming Excel isn't about adding new features as much as it's about combining existing features to solve particular problems. With a few modifications, you can transform Excel into a task-specific... more...
- O'Reilly Media 2005; US$ 39.99
O'Reilly has once again updated its bestselling tutorial on ASP.NET, the world's leading web development tool from Microsoft. In Programming ASP.NET , Third Edition, authors Jesse Liberty and Dan Hurwitz give you the lowdown on the technology's latest version, ASP.NET 2.0, as well as Visual Studio 2005. Among the most significant improvements... more...
- O'Reilly Media 2005; US$ 23.99
When ASP.NET hit the street a couple of years ago, it was a real eye-opener. Microsoft's tool for creating dynamic, server side web applications introduced Web Forms, a feature with the same rapid drag and drop convenience enjoyed by Visual Basic developers, along with a method for creating XML-based web services. ASP.NET was more than an upgrade... more...
- O'Reilly Media 2002; US$ 7.99
Though most programmers use two or more languages, they usually have a mastery of one. Although Microsoft has advertised that the .NET runtime is language agnostic and that C# and Visual Basic .NET are so close that switching between the two is really quite easy, that?s only true up to a point. Some of the differences are obvious, but others are... more...
- O'Reilly Media 2005; US$ 11.99
Okay, all you VB6 developers--time's up. As of March 2005, Microsoft no longer supports this version of Visual Basic. And you can't blame them. Three years ago, they introduced the .NET Framework--an elegant, powerful platform--along with the new component-based VB.NET language. But roughly five million of you decided to stick with VB6, mostly to... more...