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This course teaches students how to use Visual Basic.NET to create .NET applications. Students will learn the new features and syntax of the Visual Basic.NET language that allow the developer to create both enterprise applications for the .NET framework, and enhanced traditional applications. Students will learn the features of the integrated development environment (IDE) as well as the concepts and terminology of object-oriented design programming for Visual Basic .NET. Students will learn to create applications that use Windows Forms, Web Forms, Web Services, and ADO.NET, as well as how to upgrade existing Visual Basic-based applications to Visual Basic .NET.
Students must have experience developing applications with Visual Basic 4.0 and should be familiar with the basic concepts of object-oriented programming, XML, and the .NET Framework.
This course is designed for developers who use Visual Basic 4.0 or later, and who use ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) and Active Server Pages (ASP) to develop applications.
The Microsoft .NET Platform::Features of the Development Environments::Language and Syntax Enhancements::Object-Oriented Design for Visual Basic .NET::Object-Oriented Programming in Visual Basic .NET::Windows Forms::Web Applications::ADO .NET::Components in Visual Basic .NET::Deploying Applications::Upgrading to Visual Basic .NET