VB.Net tutorial

  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Introduction and Installation
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Console Commands
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Saving and loading projects
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Variables and operators
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - User input and error handling
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Decisions
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Strings
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Loops
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Subs, Functions and Parameters
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Classes
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Arrays
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Lists
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Reading and Writing Text Files
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Parameters - ByRef vs ByVal, Optional and Arrays
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Coercion
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Classes - Methods, Members and Constructors
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Classes - Inheritance and Polymorphism
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Classes - Operators and Method Overriding
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Databases - Introduction to Databases and SQL (Part 1/5)
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Databases - Connecting, Retrieving and Inserting Data (Part 2/5)
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Databases - Retrieving related data and deleting (Part 3/5)
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Databases - Editing and sorting data (Part 4/5)
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Databases - DB Manager Class (Part 5/5)
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: More Arrays - Generating unique numbers, searching and sorting.
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Multidimensional Arrays - Creating, using and a text based game
  • WatchVB.NET 2013: Dates
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Enumerations
  • WatchVB.NET 2013 - Binary Serialisation
  • WatchVB.NET: WPF Applications - Introduction
  • WatchVB.NET: WPF Applications - Event Driven Code
  • WatchVB.NET: WPF Applications - XAML Introduction
  • WatchVB.NET: WPF Applications - XAML Grid Control (Calculator)
  • WatchVB.NET: WPF Applications - XAML Styles
  • WatchVB.NET: WPF Applications - Using the Listbox
  • WatchVB.NET: WPF Applications - Item Templates Part 1
  • WatchVB.NET: WPF Applications - Item Templates Part 2
  • WatchVB.NET: WPF Applications - Using Images
  • WatchVB.NET: WPF Applications - OpenFile and SaveFile Dialogs

Wow pretty easy right? I bet you thought that you would be typing 0′s and 1′s like in binary! Well now that you have looked at the syntax for VB.NET, you are ready to start your first tutorial. Please select the first tutorial from the list below and begin …

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