Visual Basic Training Details

This Course encompasses the client Server Technology using Microsoft visual Basic as a front end Oracle or SQL as the backend. This Course gives as clear picture about the application development and storing the data using the database.

Visual Basic is the third-generation programming language of Microsoft and a relatively easy to learn and use integrated developing environment. Visual Basic is a Microsoft-developed programming language and environment. Visual Basic .NET 2003 is the easiest language and tool to build Microsoft Windows ® and Web applications in the fastest time possible. Visual Basic. NET 2003 is ideal for both existing Visual Basic developers and new developers in the Microsoft .NET development area to enhance the visual design, enhance the application performance and provide you with a powerful Integrated Development Area (IDE).
Once the Visual Basic training is completed, the organization can: allow quick application development of graphical user interface software access databases by means of data access, remote data or ActiveX data objects to create ActiveX reusable objects and controls.
The course starts with three common application architecture (console, desktop and Windows Store apps) and demonstrates how to program with VB in both Windows and Windows Presentation Foundations. The course will start with Hello World. This course then outlines the basic linguistic principles like data types, strings, operators, conditional code and loop structures. Furthermore, discover how reusable code can be packed in functions and subroutines and how Visual Basic is object-oriented in custom classes.

Highlights of Visual Basic Training

Course Duration

2 Month



Delivery Mode

Classroom Training

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    1. Beginning Visual Basic

  • alt_text What is Visual Basic?
  • alt_text Features of Visual Basic
  • alt_text The Visual Basic Philosophy
  • alt_text The integrated development environment
  • alt_text The anatomy of Form
  • alt_text Project Types

    2. Dealing With Data

  • alt_text Operators
  • alt_text Variables
  • alt_text Declaring Variables
  • alt_text Types Of Variables
  • alt_text Data types
  • alt_text Constants
    • i. Declaring Arrays
    • ii. Specifying Arrays
    • iii. Multidimensional Arrays
    • iv. Dynamic Arrays
    • v. Arrays of Arrays

3. Writing Code

  • alt_text Collections
  • alt_text Procedures
  • alt_text Subroutines
  • alt_text Functions
  • alt_text Calling Procedures
  • alt_text Object Browser
  • alt_text Creating Classes & Object
  • alt_text I/O Statements
  • alt_textControl Flow Statements
    • i. If—Then
    • ii. If-then-else
    • iii. Nested Control Statements
    • iv. Select-Case
  • alt_text Loop Statements
    • i. Do—Loop
    • ii. For—Next
    • iii. While-Wend

4. Creating an Application Using Controls

  • alt_text What is on the toolbar
  • alt_text Textbox Control
  • alt_text Picture Box
  • alt_text Image Box
  • alt_text Label Box
  • alt_text Frame
  • alt_text List Box
  • alt_text Option Button
  • alt_text Combo Box
  • alt_text Command Button
  • alt_text Check Box
  • alt_text The Drive , Directory, File List Controls
  • alt_text The Line & Shape Control
  • alt_text Scroll Box
  • alt_text Data
  • alt_text Timer

    5. Multiple Document Interface & Menus

  • alt_text Why MDI Forms
  • alt_text Features Of an MDI forms
  • alt_text Loading MDI forms & child forms
  • alt_text Creating an simple MDI forms
  • alt_text Accessing MDI forms
  • alt_text Creating MENUS
  • alt_text POP-UP MENUS

    6. DATA Access Controls

  • alt_text JET database Engine
  • alt_text ADODC
  • alt_text DAO Data Control
  • alt_text ODBC Data Source Administrator
  • alt_text DATA REPORT