Visual Basic 2015 Unleashed (Anglais) Broché – 24 juillet 2015
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Using Visual Basic 2015, developers can build cutting-edge applications that run practically anywhere: on Windows desktops, new Windows 10 devices, in mobile and cloud environments, and beyond. Visual Basic 2015 Unleashed is the most comprehensive, practical reference to modern programming with VB 2015.
Long-time Visual Basic MVP Alessandro Del Sole walks you through the latest version of the language, helping you thoroughly master its most valuable features, most powerful programming techniques, and most effective development patterns. Next, he shows how to use Visual Basic 2015 to build robust, effective software in a wide range of environments.
Extensively updated for Visual Basic 2015’s major improvements, this guide covers both Visual Basic 2015 Professional Edition for professional developers and the free Community Edition for hobbyists, novices, and students. Del Sole has added detailed coverage of building new universal Windows apps for Windows 10 and using new Visual Studio 2015 capabilities to supercharge your productivity as a developer. If you want to leverage all of VB 2015’s power, this is the book you need.
Detailed information on how to...
- Understand the Visual Studio 2015 IDE, .NET Framework 4.6 and the new .NET Core 5, and the anatomy of a VB 2015 application
- Debug VB applications and implement error handling and exceptions
- Keep your code clean and well-organized with VB 2015’s new refactoring tools
- Master modern VB object development: namespaces, modules, structures, enums, inheritance, interfaces, generics, delegates, events, collections, iterators, and more
- Share Visual Basic code with Portable Class Libraries and Shared Projects
- Access data with LINQ and ADO.NET Entity Framework
- Manipulate XML documents with LINQ and XML Literals
- Build and deploy applications to run in the Microsoft Azure cloud
- Develop universal Windows apps that run on any Windows 10 device
- Use advanced .NET 4.6 platform capabilities, including async and parallel programming, multithreading, assemblies, reflection, and coding attributes
- Leverage new compiler APIs to write custom domain-specific live code analysis rules
- Test code with unit tests and TDD
- Deploy apps efficiently with InstallShield for Visual Studio and ClickOnce
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When it comes to the level of competence, Alessandro Del Sole is outstanding. In the entire book there are literally only two places I find things amiss: his explanation of polymorphism lacks one extra sentence to be complete (but this is something you should already know from the Computer Science theory anyway) and in my opinion his event-based asynchrony sample is unnecessarily forced into a synchronous code pattern - I understand the point he was trying to make when comparing it to Async/Await - but to be "honest" about the event-based asynchrony one should note that synchronous logic patters are not the best way to approach it and that example should be "flattened" with the DataContext being assigned directly from the callback (and for clarity you should use the delegates rather than lambdas with callback events, then it does not look that messy to call UI elements from callback delegate function). Everything else in the book is basically perfect.
Now, why one less star? As somebody spoiled by Microsoft Press I am used to books written with a specific version of technical English, that practically "read themselves". Reading Alessandro takes an extra step of effort, not to just understand the content, but also his sentences. Now, this is a highly subjective criterion and a person who is already used to his style from reading his other books may not have the same problem I had.
Do Not make the mistake I did. This book is not a tutorial, it is a reference. I've been struggling for months now to get up to speed with VB.NET from scratch since I have no experience with any earlier versions of VB.NET.
When I looked at the Table of Contents I got my hopes up that this book would finally explain some of the things I have not found explained anywhere else. Something I've discovered about the VB.NET community is they are always willing to tell you what they think you should do. I've been asking a single questions for months. You have a database loaded into a Dataset with multiple tables and relationships. Every single place I've looked gives a thorough explanation of how to access and work with a single DataTable, but none go beyond that to offer any help with multiple datatables and relationships. This book does not either. When I received this book, I put on my patience cap and read from page 1 to about 320 before I just had to look for "lessons". There aren't any.
Don't get me wrong, this book will be within my reach, as it had an in depth discussions of rules and such, once I eventually find something that teaches me the key points I need.