May 30, 2019 – xDevLibrary is delighted to announce the release of a new book by Paul Abell, “VB.Net to Xojo: Converting Visual Studio Basic to Xojo.”
The 50+ page ebook can be purchased for $9.99 via GumRoad for instant delivery (http://gum.co/qPkCj).
Visual Studio Basic and Xojo are remarkably similar… but just enough different that those subtle changes can throw you off your programming game. What you need is a guide, someone to show you the Xojo ropes.
Thankfully, Paul Abell is here to show you how to make the VB.net to Xojo transition. 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!
Some of the topics discussed include explanations in how the two languages handle files, menus, colors, sounds, errors, printing, and more. You’ll learn how to add features like using the Escape key to close windows, make pictures fit a box, and more.
Paul even includes the full source of a Xojo Windows project he wrote, XJSnip, which lets you manage snippets of Xojo code.
Ebook is in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi (Kindle) formats.
Interested readers can find out more and purchase this book and many others at xDevLibrary (http://www.xdevlibrary.com).
About xDev Magazine
Formerly Real Studio Developer, xDev Magazine has been publishing since 2002. xDev is an independent bimonthly publication focused on instructing users of the Xojo development environment. Each issue features over 70 pages of quality articles from top Xojo programmers and authors. xDev is renown around the world as the premiere publication of Xojo instruction, tutorials, and programming advice.
Formerly RBLibrary, xDevLibrary is a site for la carte purchases of books and articles about Xojo, REAL Studio, and REALbasic. Instead of waiting for a magazine issue to be published, readers can just purchase the articles they’d like immediately. The library covers a vast array of topics for Xojo beginners, experts, and everyone in between.
Xojo, Inc. was founded with the idea that software development should be accessible to anyone. With traditional tools, creating software applications can be a very complicated process, but using Xojo anyone can learn to create high quality, native apps for the desktop, web, mobile, and Raspberry Pi. With users all over the world, Xojo apps can be found in every conceivable category - from commercial software applications to use in governments, universities, businesses, and the Fortune 500. For more information, visit www.xojo.com.