To outline the language differences between Visual Basic 6.0 and Visual Basic .NET and to describe the new Visual Studio .NET features
- Visual Basic and the .NET Framework - outline how Visual Basic fits into the .NET Framework.
- A first look at Visual Basic .NET - describe the main features of Visual Basic .NET using Visual Studio .NET.
- The main features of Visual Studio .NET - describe the main features of Visual Studio .NET.
- Working with Visual Studio .NET - describe how to perform basic tasks in Visual Studio .NET.
- The Visual Studio .NET code window - describe the enhanced functionality of the Visual Studio .NET code window.
- Using Visual Studio .NET - perform basic tasks in Visual Studio .NET.
- Namespaces in Visual Basic .NET - set up and use namespaces.
- Visual Basic .NET data types, variables, and operators - compare how data types, variables, statements, and operators are used in Visual Basic .NET with how they are used in VB6.
- Visual Basic .NET structures - describe structures and how to use them.
- Transforming VB6 code to Visual Basic .NET - transform a piece of VB6 code into Visual Basic .NET.
- Visual Basic .NET properties - describe how to work with properties.
- Procedures in Visual Basic .NET - declare and use procedures.
- Event handling in Visual Basic .NET - raise and handle events.
- Using Visual Basic .NET properties and events - work with properties and events in VB.NET.
- Error handling with Visual Basic .NET - explain how to handle errors using structured error handling.
- Handling an error in Visual Basic .NET - handle errors.
- Visual Basic .NET delegates and attributes - work with delegates and attributes.
- Deprecated features in Visual Basic .NET - describe the VB6 features that do not work in VB.NET.
Application developers with experience using previous versions of Microsoft Visual Basic who wish to start working with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET