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Visual Basic has dependably put an expansive number of simple to-utilize classes at the fingertips of designers. An objective of Visual Basic was to surface the most generally utilized usefulness of the Win32 API in a way that was extremely profitable and natural. Obviously, the usefulness in the Win32 API shifted to some degree starting with one rendition of Windows then onto the next, and not all things be surfaced through Visual Basic 6 consumable COM objects. This left the engineer in a place of infrequently coding to the Win32 API specifically, or use outsider controls to acquire required usefulness for specific situations.
Toward the beginning of January of 2002, Microsoft discharge the Microsoft .NET 1.0 system, which incorporated a monstrous class library with usefulness that wasn't accessible in Visual Basic 6. In November of 2005, Microsoft discharged form 2.0 of the .NET Framework. All renditions of the .NET Framework Class Library (FCL) are totally allowed to create with and redistribute. This article will demonstrate to you how you can utilize this free asset while upgrading your current Visual Basic 6 or ASP applications.
ITC113 .NET Framework Using Visual Basic four-day course is intended to give a sound prologue to the .NET Framework for software engineers who definitely know the Visual Basic dialect and the essentials of Windows Forms. It is present to .NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012. The course concentrates on center segments of the .NET Framework that are basic crosswise over numerous application zones. Isolate courses are accessible in particular regions, for example, ADO.NET, XML Programming, Windows Presentation Framework, Windows Communications Framework and ASP.NET. ITC113 .NET Framework Using Visual Basic is pragmatic, with numerous cases and a contextual investigation. The objective is to prepare you to start building critical applications utilizing the .NET Framework.