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Visual Basic Tutorials

Discussion in 'Visual Basic 6' started by xcubic, Jun 10, 2008.

  1. xcubic

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  2. ellie

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    Free-Ed.net, Juicy Studio abd the ITLearningMaterials links are defunct.
     
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    It says page not found...... I've tried it twice.
     
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    yep most of them dead:X
     
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    Nice to see you that you are marketing your links.
    But all are disabled.
    No site for the URLs.:nana:
     
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    i have been meaning to learn vb for a while now, and i agree that videos are by far the best... forces you to pay attention as well. i can't tell you how many times i have tried to follow along with an ebook in front of the tv and just failed miserably.
     
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    vb... boo... learn rails http://www.rubyonrails.org and never look back :)
     
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  11. SEO20

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    Visual Basic - comon man we have 2010 now.

    This will get you started:
    http://www.asp.net/web-forms
     
  12. smack

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    yeah ror is great. oh no, wait. no it's not because it's not 1998 anymore. :rolleyes:

    classic vb really isn't worth investing any time at all in to at this point, unless for some reason you are stuck supporting some old legacy systems.

    if you want VB syntax with a true OOP (read as NOT an apartment threaded bloat hog) then VB.NET is really the only answer. the .NET platform has been out for well over 7 years at this point. it is well documented, well supported, powerful, flexible, and continues to improve with each successive version.

    if you're looking for a web based solution, as seo20 said, ASP.NET with VB.NET (or C# if you prefer) is an excellent way to go. you have the flexibility to choose from several different flavors of web dev like the classic web forms or the newer MVC (Model, View, Controller) framework.

    here are a few more links geared towards ASP.NET web dev in its various forms:

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    http://www.aspnet101.com/
    http://www.w3schools.com/aspnet/default.asp
    http://quickstarts.asp.net/QuickStartv20/aspnet/Default.aspx
    now if windows development is your pleasure (obviously) visual studios has a lot of flexibility there as well. classic windows forms or windows presentation foundation (WPF) do an excellent job of creating standard client apps.

    here are some links to get you started down that road:

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    http://visualbasic.about.com/od/learnvbnet/Learn_VBNET_Visual_Basic_for_the_new_millenium.htm
    http://www.programmersheaven.com/2/VB-NET-School
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vbasic/ms789086.aspx
    as always your absolutely hands down best resource for anything .NET is always MSDN.com they have loads of technical articles, blogs, etc...

    if you have absolutely no experience in OOP or programming in general you have quite a steep hill to climb, but fear not, there are good resources for getting a handle on some of those concepts as well (there are some source examples here but the source is FAR less important than the concepts):

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    http://www.jamesbooth.com/OOPBasics.htm
    http://www.startvbdotnet.com/oop/default.aspx
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object-oriented_programming
    one more good link if you're unfamiliar with the .net platform (or oop in general), is a table of all the data types in .net and their potential values:

    Code:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/47zceaw7%28VS.71%29.aspx
    but yeah, don't waste your time learning classic vb. if you're going to learn a language from the ground up and want vb syntax go with VB.NET. your efforts will be rewarded.
     
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  13. hackey

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    Nice info guyzz :)

    will see all of them as need to learn VB 2008 for bots :p
     
  14. larnoy

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    thanks for your informa....
     
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    great share, thanks. check this out too

    homeandlearn.
     
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    thanks for share bro :)
     
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    I was struggling for 1 year with an PHP application for automating posting articles on random WP blogs.( random links..keywords)Not very happy about the results ( I am not a good coder..just for hobby)
    Finaly I decided to return to C ( I learned it at college school in ....1992-96 :D) , and I adopted the C#. NET. Wow. an quick step ahead. plenty of tutorials, samples codes on the net and so on.

    I also tried to develop some little applications with VB.net. Is ..relatively simple , but I like more concise and shorter C# syntax.
    I think I will stay with C#.net
     
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    Thanks for sharing the awesome link mate...
     
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    Really? Rails is absolutely nothing like VB.
     
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    Visual Basic? I forgot about that. I use to make trojan in VB...back in 1996-1998...