So, you know how to create a class in Visual Studio using C# programming, and you know how to add methods to a class, what's next? Adding properties. This video tutorial will show you the trick to add properties to your class in Microsoft Visual Studio.
Check out how to save your user settings in Microsoft Visual Studio using C# programming, that way when you restart the program, it can remember some of your important information. This will specifically show you how to save your user settings using the .NET Framework instead of working with custom INI files.
This tutorial shows you how to respond to a Xna game window resize event with C# code.
In this clip, you'll learn how to create a simple "Hello, World" application with Visual C# Express 2005. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular multi-paradigm programming language or are a seasoned developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free, official video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look. Get started programming with Visual C# Express 2005.
This lesson covers the basics of the Visual Studio IDE. Topics include the Toolbox and Properties window, as well as controls such as the button, label, MenuStrip, StatusStrip, and ToolStrip.
If you know how to create a class in Visual Studio using C# programming, then you should be able to handle adding methods to a class. So open up Microsoft Visual Studio and follow along with this video tutorial and learn how to add methods.
In this video tutorial, you're going to jump into the world of C# programming and learn how to create a class. You'll need Microsoft Visual Studio and some C# knowledge. You'll also learn how to create objects and add a member to the class you made.
This is a basic lesson with an intro for arrays in the C# programming language. You'll learn how to create and declare and add date to a C# array. An array is a data structure, or object, that contains several variables of the same type. Learn all about it!
This five-part series on C# programming covers many things. First, you learn how to save to the Microsoft SQL Server. Then, you'll learn how to retrieve that data. You'll also learn how to navigate the DataSet, edit SQL data, and delete data. If you have Microsoft Visual Studio and SQL Server, give this lesson a try.
If you're not sure about creating reports in Visual Studio, this two-part video will cover the entire process. This assumes that you already know a few things in Microsoft Visual Studio and the C# programming language. So, if you're not a beginner and still need help to create reports from data in the SQL Server, this is how you do it. Also, learn a quick and easy way to pass parameters to reports in C#.
Command prompt and other commands can save you lots of time on your computer. Use these shortcuts to bypass longer keystrokes and access blocked sites. There are many things you can do with cmd prompts and this tutorial will tell you about all of them. Learn step by step how to use and take advantage of these commands in the following video.
Want to learn more about the C# programming language but aren't sure where to get started? In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to write a simple dictionary application using C# and the Microsoft Visual C# IDE, or integrated development environment. For more information, including step-by-steps instructions for writing this simple program, take a look.
In this clip, you'll learn how to use XML within a C# app. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular multi-paradigm programming language or are a seasoned developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free, official video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look. Use and work with XML documents in a C# application.
Interested in creating your own dynamic, web-based applications using Microsoft Visual C#? How about an RSS reader application? This lesson shows the design and planning of the RSS reader application. For more information, as well as tips for being a more effective user of Microsoft Visual C#, take a look at all five videos.
When programming in Visual Studio, you may find yourself creating any number of all-but-identical windows. This can be tedious and time consuming. This tutorial discusses the deadly and dangerous task of using a form as a parent for the development of other forms in Visual Studio, using C# in this particular example. For more information on designating a form as a parent, take a look.
Visual C# 2008 Express with SP1 is an ideal tool for productively building object-oriented applications for Windows on the .NET Framework. In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to download, install and use Visual C# Express. Take a look.
Want to get started programming with C# but aren't sure where to begin? If you have prior background with Visual Basic, you might be interested in Microsoft Visual C#. This beginner’s guide is designed for people with little or no prior knowledge of computer languages, who want to learn to program by using the C# language. Write C# code with Microsoft Visual C# 2005.
Wonderhing how to get started writing C# applications? This video offers a tour of the various features in Microsoft Visual C# 2005 Express Edition, and will help you become familiar with the tool, and get started writing -- and understanding -- your first application. To get started writing C#, take a look! Write your first C# application in Visual C#.
PostSharp is an free, open-source and extensible platform for enhancement of .NET assemblies, that is: PostSharp transforms assemblies after compilation. Pretty abstract, isn't it? Not so much. It has great applications. PostSharp Laos, a Lightweight Aspect-Oriented Solution, provides aspect-oriented programming (AOP) to .NET Developers without the learning curve. This tutorial presents an introduction to the PostSharp programming language, one that's more than sufficient to get you started. ...
This tutorial shows you how to reliably get the application path for an app written in C#. There are several different functions that can do this, so watch and find out which ones work the best.
This tutorial shows you how to draw a graphic as a sprite inside an Xna game.
This tutorial explains how to list the files in a directory using a C# application.
This tutorial shows you how to get input from a console window inside of C#.
This tutorial shows you how to write text to a text file using C#.
This tutorial explains how to list files in a recursive manner within C#. It expands upon the code for writing a program that lists files, so if you can't do that yet, watch that tutorial first.
This tutorial shows you how to construct a for loop in C#.
This tutorial shows you how resize an Xna game window using C#. This tutorial applies only to the Windows platform.
This tutorial shows you how to reinvoke parameter info inside of Visual Studio with C#.
Learn how to use method extraction in a simple scenario in Visual Studio with C#.
This tutorial shows you how to replicate the functionality of an associative array using a dictionary inside of C#.
This tutorial shows you how to read text from a text file into a C# application. Use the stream reader object found within the system IO name space.
Using Visual Studio 2008, this video introduces the novice programmer to the world of programming in C#, first with a brief discussion about programming and the learning process itself, and then by teaching a Hello World program.
We introduce the novice programmer to the world of programming in C#, first with a brief discussion about programming and the learning process itself, and finally by making our first Hello World program in Visual Sudio 2008, using C#.
This tutorial demonstrates using Amazon Web-Enabled Movie Collection Starter Kit in Visual C# Express.
This tutorial demonstrates installing Visual C# Express 2005 so that you can get started with Visual C# programming.
A C# (C sharp) programming tutorial on creating if, else, and elseif statements as well as boolean tests.