Ramblings On Realbasic Ebook ((LINK))
Thankfully, Paul Abell is here to show you how to make the VB.net to Xojo transition. He's new to Xojo and still learning, but in this 53-page ebook he'll show you the conversion process, point out common Xojo misconceptions VB users make, and help you with tips and techniques to make your move to Xojo easy and successful!
Ramblings On Realbasic Ebook
There are over 12 chapters with more than 270 pages with over 100 example programs. The book is a live document and will likely have updates in the future. Examples include graphing, pivot tables, speaking in Excel, printing pages, sorting, saving Excel files to PDF, and more. Many screenshots have been added to show the results of the code with a full index to help find topics quickly. This ebook is a PDF document and all examples include Xojo code. The free table of contents can be viewed at under the Books heading. Note: Microsoft Office must be installed for this to work. ISBN: 978-1-927924-15-0
There are 12 chapters and contains over 90 pages and 29 example programs. Many screenshots have been added to show the results of the code with an index to help find topics quickly. The example programs were tested with Xojo 2015 r2.2 on Windows 8.1, OS X Yosemite 10.10.4, and Ubuntu 15.04 32-bit version. The ebook is a PDF and all examples include Xojo code. The free table of contents can be viewed at the author's website under the books heading.
Examples were tested with Xojo 2015 r2.4, and Windows 8.1, 10, OS X Yosemite 10.10.4, and Ubuntu 15.04 (32-bit). This ebook is a PDF and all examples include Xojo code. The free table of contents can be viewed at the author's website under the books heading. ISBN: 978-1-927924-13-6
There are over 550 pages with 23 chapters and more than 80 example programs with this book. This ebook is pdf formatted and all examples are included as Xojo code. It is assumed that you have an intermediate understanding of both Graphics programming and of the Xojo language.
There are 17 chapters and contains over 175 pages with over 70 example programs. Many screenshots have been added to show the results of the code with an index to help find topics quickly. All examples have been tested in 32-bit and 64-bit modes (where available) and the ebook is PDF with all examples including Python 3 code.
There are many books that create console examples for Java, which is great to determine that the logic of a program works well. However, there is very little information on creating and controls and interact with forms and windows with Java. This is where this book is helpful.There are 14 chapters and contains over 250 pages with over 60 example programs.Examples include many of the controls, SQLite Database, Canvas, and much more. Many screenshots have been added to show the results of the code with an index to help find topics quickly. The ebook is pdf formatted with all examples including Java code.Almost all these examples create controls without using global variables. Global variables can easily cause issues when the program becomes larger which creates difficult-to-detect logical errors.Topics of examples include windows/forms, JTextField, JLabel, JEditorPane, JButtons, JLabels, additional commands, functions, classes/module introduction, text files, canvas, SQLite database introduction, and more.