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Animation in VB.NET, Part 3

Richard Newcombe takes a look at Bitmap Animations in VB.NET. VB6 made extensive use of API's to load and initialize large quantities of smaller images. .NET has the GDI+ dynamic library, with a large selection of graphic classes and functions, which means that we no longer require API's to manipulate images.

Visual Basic Development 101: VS 2010 Part 2: Menus and Tools

This article is part two of an introduction to Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. It covers how to navigate through the different menus and tools. It specifically covers Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Express Edition. Read along to learn how to write a very simple Hello World application using Windows Forms.

SQL CLR Integration in SQL Server 2008

Is some of your business logic in code and some in SQL Server? Then, just call the SQL from the .NET framework and the .NET framework from SQL with CLR integration. Here are all the steps you need to get started.

Working with Large Memory-Mapped Files in VB 2010

Memory mapped files use the system's memory manager and lets you treat large files as if they were in-memory objects, supporting extremely large file access, faster access, and multiple, simultaneous processes accessing the same file.

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