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Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET - Building Adaptable Applications

by: John Slater, Tom Fischer, Peter Stromquist, Cha-Ur Wu

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Retail Price: $91.95

Publisher: WROX PRESS,August 2002

Category: VB.NET Level: I/A

ISBN: 186100985

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Book overview

Visual Basic .NET is the first version of the VB language to be fully object-oriented. This allows VB programmers to make effective and full use of design patterns in their code for the first time.

This book is not a treatment of the theory of design patterns. We show design patterns applied in real world architectural scenarios so that you can see them in action and see the benefits that they bring. We explain why it's worth spending time building design patterns into your applications, even though this may seem at odds with Rapid Application Development.

  What does this book cover?:

      An introduction to design patterns

  Design patterns applied in the data, business logic, and presentation tiers

  Design patterns in .NET Remoting

  Lessons learned and best practices

  A UML primer

      Who is this book for?

This book is aimed at experienced Visual Basic developers who are moving into object-oriented VB.NET, and are considering using design patterns in their applications.