Become a super productive programmer! Turn up your productive output by using macros in Visual Studio .NET to write simplified code generators.
Articles Written by Paul Kimmel
Learn to capture and react to keyboard presses by your users. Paul discusses hooking into keyboard information using the Windows API and Visual Basic .NET.
The Common Language Specification defines the minimum things that a language must support to be .NET compliant. There are optional features too. One such optional feature involves events.
Create a code generator that generates all of the code for a Windows Form.
There is no way Microsoft could know in advance what all of the types programmers would return from an XML Web Service. Caught between a rock and a hard place, Microsoft wanted to make Web Services easy to consume, but there is no one-size fits all client-side proxy. The solution was found in the CodeDOM.
NUnit is an open source, testing framework for all .NET languages. The big payoff is that NUnit can run tests automatically, and it can be integrated as part of your build, test, and deployment lifecycle. See it in action with Visual Basic .NET...