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SMTP and POP3 Server Application in VB.NET by Pramod Singh This application code in bare minimum implementation of SMTP and POP3 protocol and is just intended to show the capability of Visual basic .NET Multithreading, Socket and IO. Application is not tested much but it work with bare minimum functionality. I am testing it and will upgrade it as it is done. This application at present require some directory structure to be followed.
Application to send Mails using ASP.NET and VB by Vikram Joshi have made a small application, which is used to send mails, in ASP.Net and using VB.NET as the coding language. I have provided the zip file comprising of mail.aspx , which will use the mail.vb file to do the server side functioning. This application also demonstrates how the presentation has been separated from the business logic.
A Simple Web Service in VB.NET by Manish Mehta This article and attached source code will demonstrate you how simple it is to create a web service and how the clients consume the web service provided by the .NET Environment.
URL Extractor Client by Arun Nair This example demonstrates the use of Event handling in VB.NET. This application references the URLUtils DLL which is included along with the ZIP file. The URLUtils DLL which I made in VB uses the Winsock control to retrieve a URLs contents(with or without the header), it also retrieves the content length.
Key Changes in VB.NET for VB 6.0 Developer by G. Gnana Arun Ganesh Using the .NET Framework, Microsoft Visual Basic developers can build robust applications that were very difficult to write in previous versions of Visual Basic. This article will discuss the Some of the key changes requiring redesign under VB.Net compared to VB 6.0.
Why VB.NET? by Deepak Agrawal Visual Basic... A name everybody knows for a rich, easy and GUI based programming language, making each & every task easier and improves programmer's productivity. VB has won the best RAD ( Rapid Application Development ) Tool award for three times and still keeping itself at top.
Assemblies Ins and Outs by Chris Rausch This article is the first part of a three part series of articles covering the .Net assemblies. In Part 1, I will cover what exactly an assembly is, and what an assembly contains. Part 2 of the series will discuss both Private and Shared assemblies and how to create a "Shared Assembly". I will briefly mention some of the utilities available for working with assemblies. Part 3 will discuss in more detail than Part 2, the details of the available utilities for manipulating assemblies.
GDI+ in VB.NET Tutorial for Beginners by Mahesh Chand GDI+ is next evolution of GDI. Using GDI objects in earlier versions of Visual Studio was a pain. This tutorial gives you a head start with GDI+ using VB.NET. In this tutorial, you will learn how to write graphics applications and understand the concept behind the System.Drawing namespace and its members.
Programming GDI+ for Beginners by Mahesh Chand GDI+ is next evolution of GDI. Using GDI objects in earlier versions of Visual Studio was a pain. This tutorial discusses the basic concepts, the System.Drawing namespace and gives you a head start towards graphics programming using GDI+.
Building a Class Library Component and a Consumer Client Application by Mahesh Chand This tutorial shows you how to build a math class component (a class library) using Visual Basic .NET and consume it from a client application. The tutorial shows how to add method and properties to a class library.
Working with Strings in .NET using VB.NET by Mahesh Chand This tutorial explains how to represent strings in .NET using VB.NET and how to work with them with the help of .NET class library classes.
XML Programming using VB.NET: Part 1 by Mahesh Chand Microsoft .NET framework utilizes XML to store data and transfer data between applications and remote systems including local, intranet or on the Internet. In this article we will explore XML classes and namespaces of .NET Framework Class Library and how to use them in VB.NET to read, write and navigate XML documents.
Working with Windows Registry in .NET by Mahesh Chand Windows Registry is a central database for application configuration settings and other information required by the applications. Actually there is nothing else you can do with Windows Registry besides reading its data and write data to it. In this small tutorial, I will show you how to read, write and delete Windows Registry.
Working with Data Bound Controls in VB.NET by Mahesh Chand Working with data-bound controls using .NET ADO.NET and WinForms is so fun. You write few lines of code and these controls take care of rest for you. In this article, I’m going to show you how to use these data-bound controls in your .NET Windows Forms applications using VB.NET. 
Working with GDI+ Brushes using VB.NET by Mahesh Chand You can create different types of brushes in GDI+. In this article, I will show you how to create various types of brushes. 
Introduction to GDI+ by Mahesh Chand Microsoft .NET is Microsoft’s recent released development framework. Microsoft .NET not only introduces powerful languages such as C# and VB.NET, it also brings relief to other programmers including graphics, multimedia, web development and speech. In this article, we’ll see basics of GDI+ and how GDI+ is a much better interface than its predecessor GDI. 
Visual Basic .NET for VB 6.0 Developers by Mahesh Chand Visual Basic .NET is a major component of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET suite. The .NET version of Visual Basic is a new improved version with more features and additions. After these new additions, VB qualify to become a full object-oriented language such as C++. In this article, I will try to introduce you to VB.NET and will cover new additions to the language. I will also compare VB 6.0 and VB.NET and how to develop simple applications in VB.NET.
Tutorial: Exceptions and Exception Stack by Luke Venediger VB.NET has introduced possibly the best tool to use for application error trapping: The exception. An exception is an error condition that is raised whenever your application misbehaves or identifies a problem that needs to be dealt with right away. This tutorial requires that you have a basic understanding of VB.NET (or Java) exceptions and that you have used them a few times in your code. 
Tutorial: Exception Handling in VB.NET by Rajesh V. S. Exception handling is an in built mechanism in .NET framework to detect and handle run time errors. The .NET framework contains lots of standard exceptions. The exceptions are anomalies that occur during the execution of a program. They can be because of user, logic or system errors. If a user (programmer) do not provide a mechanism to handle these anomalies, the .NET run time environment provide a default mechanism, which terminates the program execution. 
Working with GDI+ Pens and Fonts in VB.NET by Mahesh Chand Pens and fonts are two common and most used objects in GDI+. This tutorial explains how to use pens and fonts in your VB.NET applications.
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