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VB.Net: Step by step Learning

4.00PM - 6.00PM Everyday 2020-09-26
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Course Description

Projects built using .Net [vb.net] programming provide a flexible yet strong processing framework for GUI manipulations as well as data base operations.

Course Sylabus

  1.     Basic package for net frame work
  2.     Structure and basic implementation
  3.     Advantages
  4.     Compare with other object oriented applications
  5.     New implementation for net frame work
  6.     Common feature for net frame work
  7.     Basic of vb.net
  8.     Advantages for vb.net
  9.     Application development for .net
  10.     Vb.net specification
  11.     New feature for vb.net compare to oldest frame work
  12.     Real object oriented
  13.     Principle of object oriented programming
  14.     Class and object specification
  15.     Vb.net data type
  16.     Operators
  17.     Constraints
  18.     Expression in vb.net
  19.     Option statement
  20.     Type casting in vb.net
  21.     Control statement for .net
  22.     Branching statement
  23.     Looping statement
  24.     Jumping statement
  25.     More controls for looping
  26.     Working with vb.net programming
  27.     Difference between function and procedure
  28.     Basic of function
  29.     Basic of procedure
  30.     Function declaration
  31.     Procedure programming
  32.     Working with function and procedure
  33.     Call by value (BYVAL)
  34.     Call by reference (BYREF)
  35.     Working with access modifiers
  36.     Modifiers specification
  37.     Life time and scope
  38.     Modifiers programming
  39.     Basic of error
  40.     About exception handling
  41.     Keys and blocks for exception handling
  42.     Class for exception and super class
  43.     Implement finally
  44.     Creating and initializing array
  45.     Array implement with function and procedure
  46.     Working single and multi dimensional array
  47.     Define structure
  48.     Access structure member and implement
  49.     Compare class to structure
  50.     Basic of constructor
  51.     Compare to function
  52.     Constructor declaration
  53.     Define destructor
  54.     Memory management
  55.     Type of inheritance
  56.     Working with inheritance
  57.     About abstract
  58.     Abstract class
  59.     Abstract methods
  60.     Abstract application
  61.     MUSTINHERITE
  62.     MUSTOVERRIDE
  63.     OVERRIDES
  64.     About final class
  65.     NOT OVERRIDABLE
  66.     About polymorphism
  67.     About overloading and overriding
  68.     MUSTOVERRIDE
  69.     MYBASE
  70.     MYCLASS
  71.     SHADOWS
  72.     OVERRIDES
  73.     About multithreading
  74.     Multithreading with vb.net
  75.     Synchronization process
  76.     Memory management
  77.     Finalize and dispose methods
  78.     Sleep process
  79.     Thread inter interface and class
  80.     Introduction to garbage collector
  81.     Implement garbage collector
  82.     INTRODUCTION TO INTERFACE
  83.     About interface
  84.     Inter face declaration
  85.     Interface with method declaration
  86.     About name space
  87.     About collection
  88.     Strongly typed collection
  89.     Name space declaration
  90.     Calling name space
  91.     Name space class and method implementation
  92.     About vb.net window programming
  93.     Vb.net IDE specification
  94.     IDE configuration
  95.     About common GUI controls
  96.     About advance GUI controls
  97.     Printing controls
  98.     Dialog controls
  99.     Timer controls
  100.     Background controls
  101.     Crystal report controls
  102.     Database controls
  103.     Container controls
  104.     Layout controls
  105.     Image controls
  106.     Menu controls
  107.     Power pack controls
  108.     About MDI specification
  109.     MDI with tool bar and menu bar
  110.     Key event
  111.     Mouse event
  112.     Button event
  113.     Check box event
  114.     Radio button event
  115.     Scrolling event
  116.     Progress bar event
  117.     Focus event
  118.     Controls event
  119.     Drag and scroll event
  120.     About ADO
  121.     About ADO controls
  122.     Customize ADO controls
  123.     Data provider
  124.     Data grid
  125.     ADO.net architecture
  126.     About ODBC
  127.     About OLE DB
  128.     ADO.net class and interfaces
  129.     Working with database statement
  130.     SQL specification
  131.     Implement for SQL statement
  132.     Customizing data table

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