Design patterns provide elegant, reusable solutions to commonly recurring problems in software design. They're invaluable -- but until now, they've been off-limits to most VB developers, because most design patterns have focused on either C++ or Java. In Visual Basic Design Patterns, James W. Cooper provides the definitive guide to design patterns for both Visual Basic 6 and Microsoft's new VB.NET. Using Cooper's patterns, VB developers can build software that is more robust, more scalable, and delivers far better performance in even the most challenging enterprise environments. Cooper begins with a gentle introduction to the idea and goals of patterns, showing how they can be used to improve both VB6 and VB.NET software. He organizes the book's patterns into three categories: Creational, Structural and Behavioral. For each pattern, the book offers a brief description followed by simple example programs in both VB6 and VB.NET, supported by both screen shots and simple UML diagrams. All code for both VB6 and VB.NET is provided on the accompanying CD-ROM.Über den Autor:
James W. Cooper is a research staff member in the Advanced Information Retrieval and Analysis Department at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center. He is also a columnist for Java Pro magazine and a reviewer for Visual Basic Programmer's Journal. He has published 14 books, which include Principles of Object-Oriented Programming Using Java 1.1 (Ventana) and The Visual Basic Programmer's Guide to Java (Ventana). 0201702657AB05132002
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