Visual Basic 2015 preview is finally released and available for download. It comes as part of the Visual Studio 2015 Preview package. You can download it from the link below:
We have downloaded and installed it. Its interface is basically similar to Visual Basic 2013 albeit some new features. we shall explore those features in our up and coming Visual Basic 2015 tutorial. In the mean time, take a look at the interface and our first VB2015 program.
When you run this program and click on the showmessage button, you should get the following popup message box.
You can create a traffic light simulator using Visual Basic 6. Please look up the programming code for this simulator in the link below:
Traffic Light Simulator
It is easy to draw ellipse and circle in Visual Basic 2012. First of all, we need to create a Rectangle object. This rectangle serves as a bounding rectangle for the ellipse. Next, we use the DrawEllipse method to finish the job. On the other hand, we can also draw an ellipse with the DrawEllipse method without first creating a rectangle.
Visual Basic 2015 is now available! However, it comes as one of the components of Visual Studio 2015. You can preview and download Visual Studio 2015 from the link below:
We have just added Visual Basic 2010 Made Easy on Google’s Play. It is selling for USD$8.00 during this promotional period. Please check out the link below: