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Running head VISUAL BASIC 2010

History and evolution of Visual Basic 2010 The History of Visual Basic dates back to 1991 when VB 1.0 was introduced. The core of Visual Basic was built on the older BASIC language, which was a popular programming language throughout the 1980s.

Visual Basic 2010 is an evolution of the Visual Basic language that is engineered for productively building type-safe and object-oriented applications. Visual Basic enables developers to target Windows, Web, and mobile devices. As with all languages targeting the Microsoft .NET Framework, programs written in Visual Basic benefit from security and language interoperability.  1 file is a collection of data or information that has a name, called the filename. Almost all information stored in a computer must be in a file.  2 toolbox organized collection of case studies, reference documents, external web sites and other supporting materials in water resources management, which have been submitted by various contributors and have been peer reviewed.  3 solution explorer it’s certainly one way of maintaining concurrent documentation.  4 -windows application an application that runs under the Windows operating system.  5 -Repeat doc. Close the command you are seeing is a general 'repeat the last action taken in the file.  6- properties

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Running head VISUAL BASIC 2010

Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 is an evolution of the Visual Basic language that is designed to generate productive applications with security of types and object-oriented. Visual Basic enables developers to focus design in Windows, the Web and mobile devices. As with all languages Microsoft.NET Framework, programs written in Visual Basic benefit from security and language interoperability. This generation of Visual Basic continues the tradition of offering a fast and easy way to create applications based on.NET Framework. This version of Visual Basic returns to include compatibility for edit and continue and includes new features for rapid application development. One of these features, called My, provides quick access to common tasks of.NET Framework, as well as information and default object instances that are related to the application and its environment at runtime. New language features include loop continuation, guaranteed disposal of resources, the operator overloading, generic types and custom events. Visual Basic also integrates completely.NET Framework, and Common Language Runtime (CLR), which provide language interoperability, collection of unused elements, enhanced security and version control. The application client applications life cycle management is now available in all versions of Visual Studio (except the Express versions). Application life-cycle management includes version control, follow-up of elements of work, build automation, a portal of team, reporting and business intelligence, agile planning and management of test cases (everything you need to work on software development projects).

Generation of code and text templates Text templates you can create and use in any version of Visual Studio, without the need of any other component. Generate any type of text file of your application has become easier in Visual Studio 2010 with the introduction of text Preprocessed templates. Support for code generation is also increased through better integration with the build system, to make its source code generated always the day after any change to the model. Home page The home page of Visual Studio 2010 has a renovated and new functionality. A tabbed content area provides links to a variety of learning resources selected and organized in

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Running head VISUAL BASIC 2010

categories. These, include MSDN resources, resources of the community and a customizable news source. The improved recent projects list allows you to add projects to the list or remove them with a single click of the mouse. You can also install main pages, customized from the Extensions Manager. Extensions Manager To find and install Visual Studio Extensions from the IDE, on the Tools menu, then click Extensions Manager. The Extensions Manager downloads and install extensions published by the community in the Gallery from the Visual Studio Gallery web site without opening a browser. It also allows you to uninstall, disable, or re-enable installed extensions.

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History and evolution of Visual Basic 2010