Professional Design Patterns in VB .NET: Building Adaptable Applications is not merely design pattern theory. No, no. Instead, the authors show design patterns applied to real-world architectural scenarios, so you can witness the patterns in action, reaping benefits along the way! The core of this book contains three case studies, which explain design pattern application in each main tier of an application: data, business, and presentation layers. These case studies flesh out your understanding of design patterns, illustrating how the scenarios can be realistically employed and recognized by all Visual Basic .NET programmers. Also featured: how design patterns can be used in conjunction with .NET Remoting, to be applied across tiers, as well as within them. And since many VB .NET programmers may not be wholly familiar with UML, the authors also provide a UML primer as an appendix.In this example, the client application code will declare object references oftype NWDSAFactory, NWDSADa taReader, and NWDSADa taSet a the three abstract base ... Remove the Class1.vb class that is created by default with the project.
|Title||:||Professional Design Patterns in VB .NET|
|Author||:||Chaur Wu, Tom Fischer, Pete Stromquist, John Slater|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2003-09-14|