Visual Basic Online Course OOP Classes
Visual Basic Application Development
Object Oriented Programming
|VB 2010 OOP|
No client will ever ask you to create a programming tool for him, or to modify a built-in tool for him, unless he is another programmer trying to sell something over the internet, if you ever worked in a freelance agency such as for example Freelancer.com, Odesk.com or Vworker.com those and others are major hiring websites for freelancers, not just in programming field but in so much things.
Each and every desktop application written and designed in Visual Basic .Net includes for most of us, basic interfaces : The form, the controls on the form, coding the controls, packing all above, to come up in the end with an application, well this is not exactly how it works in OOP programming.
In OOP programming you create your own everything from scratch to start using it in your form or coding controls on the form or creating controls (TextBoxes, Labels, ..... etc.) for yourself for later work. OOP is written within a Class.
Since .Net Framework started, and almost everything in Visual Basic became a separate Class of its own. Notice when you open the form to write a code, the first line says (Public Class Form1) then in the end (End Class).
|VB 2010 OOP|
When do we need to create a Class for our Visual Basic .Net Project ?If you are trying to create your own Textbox or label, or if you are generally trying to create your own Visual Basic .Net Control, then you are definitely in need for a Class, as a result, you need to know OOP.
If you developed a method with a 3rd party for example, and you need to always include this method in further applications, then you need to create a Class for yourself, and also as a result you will have to learn and read about OOP.
Last thing, the basic thing to need to create a Class is when you are trying to contain your code blocks into a container for further development, then you need a Class.
|VB 2010 OOP|
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