Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Wednesday, May 13, 2015

You can work with Visual Basic without Visual Studio. In practice, however, most Visual Basic developers treat the two as almost inseparable; without a version of Visual Studio, you’re forced to work from the command line to create project files by hand, to make calls to the associated compilers, and to manually address the tools necessary to build your application.
While Visual Basic supports this at the same level as C#, F#, C++, and other .NET languages, this isn’t the typical focus of a Visual Basic professional. Visual Basic’s success rose from its increased productivity in comparison to other languages when building business applications. Visual Studio 2012 increases your productivity and provides assistance in debugging your applications and is the natural tool for Visual Basic developers. Accordingly this book starts off by introducing you to Visual Studio 2012 and how to build and manage Visual Basic applications. The focus of this chapter is on ensuring that everyone has a core set of knowledge related to tasks like creating and debugging applications in Visual Studio 2012. Visual Studio 2012 is used throughout the book for building solutions. Note while this is the start, don’t think of it as an “intro” chapter. This chapter will intro key elements of working with Visual Studio, but will also go beyond that. You may find yourself referencing back to it later for advanced topics that you glossed over your first time through. Visual Studio is a powerful and, at times, complex tool, and you aren’t expected to master it on your first read through this chapter. This chapter provides an overview of many of the capabilities of Visual Studio 2012. The goal is to demonstrate how Visual Studio makes you, as a developer, more productive and successful.


Visual Studio 2012
Visual Basic Keywords and Syntax
  1. Console Applications
  2. Creating a Project from a Project Template
  3. The Solution Explorer
  4. Project Properties
  5. Assembly Information Screen
  6. Compiler Settings
  7. Debug Properties
  8. References
  9. Resources
  10. Settings
  11. Other Project Property Tabs

Project ProVB_VS2012
Enhancing a Sample Application
  1. Customizing the Code
  2. Building Applications
  3. Running an Application in the Debugger
  4. Reusing Your First Windows Form

Useful Features of Visual Studio 2012
  1. The Task List
  2. Server Explorer
  3. Class Diagrams 

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