Welcome to Access 2007 VBA Programmer’s Reference. This release of Access probably has the most dra- matic changes for developers and users since Access 97 and arguably since Access 2.0. With changes of this magnitude, you will want to leverage community resources to get up to speed quickly so that you are working smarter and more efficiently. That’s where this book comes in. Why this book?
This book begins with you working along as Scott Guthrie builds a complete ASP.NET MVC reference application. He begins NerdDinner by using the File-New Project menu command within Visual Studio to create a new ASP.NET MVC Application. You'll then incrementally add functionality and features.
Excel 2007 VBA Programmer’s Reference
This book is aimed squarely at Excel users who want to harness the power of the VBA language in their Excel applications. At all times, the VBA language is presented in the context of Excel, not just as a general application programming language. The pages that follow have been loosely divided into three sections: ❑ ❑ ❑ Primer (Chapter 1) Working with Specific Objects (Chapters 2–27) Object Model References (Appendices A–C)
Learn to use the new Flash Catalyst to create rich Internet applications
Adobe Flash Catalyst enables you to take designs from Photoshop and Illustrator and convert them into rich Flash-based applications—without writing or even understanding one line of code. It may sound too good to be true, but this helpful reference shows you how to leverage the Flash skills you already have in order to convert your ideas into functioning applications. You’ll explore everything from the basics of the Flex framework to using Flash Builder to complete conversion of an application....
As one of the hottest programming languages in use today, C# enables you to build a wide range of secure and robust enterprise applications that run on the .NET Framework, including XML Web services, client-server applications, database applications, and more. Now with the release of C# 2005, you’ll find a complex array of new language options and parameters to create even more powerful applications if you know how to utilize them. This book will show you how.
First and foremost, I’d like to thank my long-suffering girlfriend, Clare, for putting up with all the late
nights and lonely evenings she endured while I wrote this update. Thanks also goes to Mike Alexander and Katie Mohr for their efforts in resurrecting the original author team to write this update to the book, and to John and Rob for agreeing to do it—your professionalism leaves me humbled.