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Object-Oriented Programming with Visual Basic.Net

by: McMillan, Michael

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Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY,1.11.2004

Category: VB.NET Level:

ISBN: 0521539838
ISBN13: 9780521539838

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Michael McMillan provides a complete presentation of the object-oriented features of the Visual Basic .NET language for advanced Visual Basic programmers. Beginning with an introduction to abstract data types and their initial implementation using structures, he explains standard OOP topics including class design, inheritance, access modifiers and scoping issues, abstract classes, design and implemention of interfaces and design patterns, and refactoring in VB.NET. More advanced OOP topics are included as well, such as reflection, object persistence, and serialization. To tie everything together, McMillan demonstrates sound OOP design and implementation principles through practical examples of standard Windows applications, database applications using ADO.NET, Web-based applications using ASP.NET, and Windows service applications.


0. A tour of the VB.NET language
1. An overview of the object-oriented paradigm
2. The .NET environment
3. Structures and abstract data types
4. Using classes
5. Class member scoping and access modifiers
6. Inheritance and derived classes
7. Using abstract base classes
8. Using interfaces
9. Implementing the IEnumerable and IComparable interfaces
10. Designing and implementing exception classes
11. Design patterns and refactoring in VB.NET
12. Object internals: reflection and attributes
13. Object persistence: serialization
14. Building a Windows application
15. Building a Web services application
16. Building a Windows services application
17. Building an ASP.NET application
18. Building an ADO.NET application.