Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Thursday, May 21, 2015

With any language, developers are typically provided with multiple ways to perform a given action. Some of these methods are easier and more efficient than others. One cause of this is simple growing pains. As a language evolves and grows, older ways of performing some functionality are replaced by more robust, efficient, and typically easier methodologies.
This is no different with Visual Basic 2012, which has many new features and improvements. Some of these come from its aforementioned growth as a language, while some can be attributed to its close relationship with C#.
While C# may gain some new features and improvements first, Visual Basic is usually not far behind. The focus of this chapter is to dive into several language features of Visual Basic that provide more advanced functionality. These features are deeply rooted into the framework and have very widespread uses, making them capable of fulfilling many needs. These features can be used to improve the overall appearance and fl ow of an application or decrease development time.


Preparing the Sample Application
Lambda Expressions
  1. Creating a Lambda Expression Subroutine
  2. Creating a Lambda Expression Function

Using Lambda Expressions
  1. Handling Events with Lambdas
  2. LINQ with Lambdas

Async and Await
  1. The Core Concept
  2. Using Async and Await

  1. The Core Concept
  2. Using Iterators 

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