Visual Basic.NET at Work
Building 10 Enterprise Projects
By Tony Martin, Dominic Selly
Publisher: Wiley
Final Release Date: October 2002
Pages: 512

Build 10 of the most sought after Visual Basic .NET enterpriseapplications-now!

Tired of the typical VB.NET reference books that only provide alittle information on a lot of topics? Looking for real-worldexamples of how to use .NET in your day-to-day enterprise projects?You've come to the right place.

In Visual Basic .NET at Work, Tony Martin and Dominic Selly showyou how to combine the new features of VB.NET with must-knowtechnology to create real-world business applications. Take a tourof the major .NET technologies, learn how they work, and thenfollow step-by-step through the projects -- complete programs thatutilize VB.NET and related technologies to create fully functionalsolutions that you can use in your enterprise environments.

Each project begins with a clear statement of the problem, awalk-through of the solution that you'll build, and the list ofsupplies and technologies that you'll need to complete the project.In addition, Martin and Selly provide a list of suggestions forenhancing each project, which alternate between simple upgrades tocompletely new features.

The ten example projects are:
A WinForms library
Bug tracking with ADO.NET
Bug reporting with XML Web Services
Application performance testing with .NET Remoting
Deployment packages usingVisual Studio .NET
A Web portal with ASP.NET
Schema generator with XML
User authentication login screen with ASP.NET
Employee information system using the .NET Mobile Framework
Employee intranet that combines all of the .NETtechnologies

The CD-ROM contains:
Source code for the completed projects in the book
Sample "experiment" applications
Bonus materials for Project 6

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