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VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Creating Multiple-Document Interface (MDI) Applicati
VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Creating Multiple-Document Interface (MDI) Applications In this tutorial you will learn about Creating Multiple Document Interface (MDI) Applications. In most real time applications we often find that multiple windows open within another window. This kind of need is satisfied by implementing Multiple Document Interface (MDI) Applications. You can create a class and designate it as a MDI window by setting its IsMDIContainer Property as true. Set the value for WindowState as maximized.
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VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Creating Menu and Menu Items
VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Creating Menu and Menu Items - In this tutorial we will learn about Creating Menu and Menu Items - Main Menu, Context Menu, StatusBar and ToolBar. Windows users are familiar with Menu objects. The MainMenu control represents the container for the menu structure of the form. Menus are made up of MenuItem objects that represent the individual parts of a menu. You can add submenus to menus that will pop up when the user clicks an arrow in the menu item, display check marks, create menu separators, assign shortcut keys to menu items , even draw the appearance of menu items yourself.
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VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Common Windows Form Controls Section:2
VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Common Windows Form Controls Section:2 - In this tutorial we will learn about Common Windows Forms Controls in Visual Basic .NET 2005. In this part 2 of this article, We will be learning the controls like Control MonthCalendar and DateTimePicker, TreeView and ListView, Timer, TrackBar and ProgressBar, HScrollBar and VScrollBar.
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VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: DomainUpDown and NumericUpDown
VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: DomainUpDown and NumericUpDown - The windows Forms System.Windows.DomainUpDo wn control looks like a combination of a text box and a pair of buttons for moving up or down through a list. This control displays and sets a text string from a list of choices.
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VB.NET 2005 Tutorials : Common Windows Forms Controls Section 1
VB.NET 2005 Tutorials : Common Windows Forms Controls Section 1 - In this tutorial we will learn about Common Windows Forms Controls in Visual Basic .NET 2005. IN this part 1 of this article, We will be learning the controls like Control Hierarchy, Label, LinkLabel, TextBox, RichTextBox, PictureBox, GroupBox, Panel, Button, CheckBox , RadioButton, ListBox, CheckedListBox and ComboBox.
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VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Dialog Boxes in Visual Basic .NET 2005
VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Dialog Boxes in Visual Basic .NET 2005 - Most Windows applications request for user input. Dialog boxes are one means of requesting users for specific kinds of inputs. Therefore, VB.NET allows its designers to create a number of different types of dialog boxes. Standard Dialog boxes are included in classes that fall within the purview of the CommonDialog. FileDialog, ColorDialog, FontDialog, PageSetupDialog, PrintDialog.
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VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Common Controls and Handling Control Events
VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Common Controls and Handling Control Events - In this tutorial we will be learning how to use common control like Control Hierarchy, Label and LinkLabel, TextBox and RichTextBox, PictureBox, GroupBox and Panel, Button, CheckBox and RadioButton, ListBox, CheckedListBox and ComboBox, DomainUpDown and NumericUpDown, MonthCalendar and DateTimePicker, TreeView and ListView, Timer, TrackBar and ProgressBar, HScrollBar, VScrollBar, TabControl and Handling Control Events.
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VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Adding Controls
VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Adding Controls - In this tutorial let's discuss about Adding Controls to a Windows Form, Adding Controls using Windows Forms Designer, Adding Controls Dynamically and Setting properties of Controls. Sample source codes used in this tutorial are included. Forms are containers for control objects. All controls have properties, methods and events that can be used to customize their functionality. Controls can be manipulated in the designer mode and code can be added to dynamically add controls at run time.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Building graphical interface elements
VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Building graphical interface elements - Building graphical interface elements by using the System.Drawing namespace, In this tutorial we will learn about Graphics Object, The Windows Forms Coordinate System, Drawing Text on a Form, Drawing Shapes and Working with images.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training : Event Handling In Visual Basic .NET 2005
VB.NET 2005 Free Training : Event Handling In Visual Basic .NET 2005 - Introduction to Event Handling, One of the most useful capabilities of the OOP Languages is their inbuilt ability to be aware of a large number of events like MouseOver, MouseClick, and so on so that we can write codes to react to any event that we are interested. This is made possible by the rich set of classes that have been built in the .NET Framework.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Setting and Adding Properties to a Windows Form
VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Setting and Adding Properties to a Windows Form - In this tutorial we wil leran about Setting and Adding Properties to a Windows Form, Using the Visual Designer to set Windows Form Properties, Setting Windows Forms Properties programatically and Using Visual Inheritance along with the sample project and screen shots.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Using Application Class and Message Class
VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Using Application Class and Message Class - Visual Basic 2005 introduces a speedy way to access many important classes relating to the Computer on which the application is running, the user running it, the application itself, its forms and any associated web services. The best part of it all is that you can access it all using the new My object. The new My object has added features that help the programmer to gain access to some functionality that was really hard to achieve.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training : Exploring the Forms Designer generated code
Exploring the Forms Designer generated code - As you create a new project in the Visual Basic, the IDE generally automatically adds lots of lines of code on its own. Visual Basic 2005 comes with an option to skip over this behavior of the Visual Basic IDE. The default option comes with this behavior enabled.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Windows Forms Designer Window
VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Windows Forms Designer Window - Using The System.Windows.Forms.Form class System.Windows .Forms.Form class is the foundation class for all forms to be created. All the forms that are created in VB .NET are also inheriting from this base class. This class provides for all the facilities needed for the form. Additional functionality can be added by separate codes.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training : Visual Studio.NET Namespaces
VB.NET 2005 Free Training : Visual Studio.NET Namespaces - The .NET Framework class library has thousands of classes which are needed for developing and deploying solutions. In order to organize all those classes for ease of use .NET Framework uses namespaces. This Gives the Classes their own space and prevents conflicts between the various names in these classes. For instance if two classes contain a method Paint(), then to avoid conflicts in names we can place these classes in two different namespaces. Thus namespaces allow classes to be grouped in a consistent, hierarchical manner.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Introduction and Implementing Inheritance in VB
VB.NET 2005 Free Training : Visual Studio.NET Namespaces The .NET Framework class library has thousands of classes which are needed for developing and deploying solutions. In order to organize all those classes for ease of use .NET Framework uses namespaces. This Gives the Classes their own space and prevents conflicts between the various names in these classes. For instance if two classes contain a method Paint(), then to avoid conflicts in names we can place these classes in two different namespaces. Thus namespaces allow classes to be grouped in a consistent, hierarchical manner.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Implementing Class Library Object in VB.NET 2005
Implementing Class Library Object in VB.NET 2005 Class: Classical Object Oriented Concepts explain a class as a cookie cutter. A class allows you to create objects of the class. As a programmer you define a class with data fields, properties, methods and events. Then you can create objects based on that class that have state (fields, properties) and behavior (methods, events). A class can be considered as a specification of how the object of the class should look like and behave.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training : Introducing Windows Forms
VB.NET 2005 Free Training : Introducing Windows Forms. We will be learning in the next series of articles as part of VB.NET 2005 Free Training : Introducing Windows Forms in the following topics with code samples and screen shots.
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VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Differences between VB.NET 1.0 and VB.NET 2.0
VB.NET 2005 Free Training: Differences between VB.NET 1.0 and VB.NET 2.0: VB.NET 2005 comes with a number of enhancements. The IntelliSense Code snippets, the Windows Forms designer updates, IntelliSense filtering, debugger data tips, exception Assistant etc make the software a pleasure to work with. The language has been spruced up with generics, unsigned types, Operator overloading etc.
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VB.NET 2005 Training : The .NET Framework Architecture Part 2
VB.NET 2005 Free Training : The .NET Framework Architecture Part 2. In this tutorial of The .NET Framework Architecture Part 2 we will learn about Just-In-Time (JIT) compilation, Assemblies, native assemblies, Global Assembly Cache (GAC) and Comparison of VB.NET, C#, and J#.
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