Visual Basic.NET

Visual Basic.NET:

Learning Outcomes:

  • Given a set of parameters in the exercise, successfully create a user interface in a Windows Forms application, manipulate grouped controls, and write event procedures.
  • Correctly perform mathematical calculations, create an array, a structure to implement a custom data type, create a collection and an enumeration as demonstrated in the Lesson Lab.
  • After lecture and utilizing the instructions in the Activity Lab, accurately implement a standard module, manipulate forms, create functions and sub procedures, write decision structures and loop statements, debug logic errors and validate data.
  • Successfully create a class, a property procedure, a method, and a custom even using a set of criteria developed in the Activity Lab.
  • Effectively add a menu to a windows form, add dialog box controls, a toolbar and status bar utilizing instructions in the exercises.

This 5 day course will teach the student the Visual Basic .NET language from the ground up and use Visual Studio .NET to assist you in your learning as well as in the creation of end-user applications.

  • Creating a User Interface in a Windows Forms Application
  • Working With Data and Variables
  • Controlling Program Flow
  • Working With Classes
  • Enhancing User Interface Functionality
  • Deploying Your Application
  • Creating Web Applications

Visual Basic.NET

Lesson objectives will enable students to: Create a user interface in a Windows Forms application, manipulate grouped controls, and write event procedures. Work with data and variables. Perform mathematical calculations, create an array, a structure to implement a custom data type, create a collection and an enumeration. Implement a standard module, manipulate forms, create functions and sub procedures, write decision structures and loop statements, debug logic errors and validate data. Create a class, a property procedure, a method and create and handle a custom event. Set an object’s initial values using a constructor, implement overloading, write sharable code, create a class using inheritance and provide polymorphism through inheritance. Add a menu to a windows form, add dialog box controls, a toolbar and status bar. Create a form using visual inheritance, create a user control, retrieve data from an external data source, manipulate data in a windows forms application.

Class targeted to: Designed for programmers who have written code for at least three months using a procedural language (such as Fortran, Pascal, C, or Cobol) or an object-oriented programming language (such as Java, C++, Delphi, or Powerbuilder).

Prerequisites: Visual Studio .NET: Level 1 is recommended.

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