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Activity 5-1. Touring VS
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In this activity, you will become familiar with the following: Customizing the IDE Creating a .NET project and setting project properties Using the various editor windows in the VS IDE Using the auto syntax check and autocompletion features of the VS IDE Compiling assemblies with the VS IDE
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Customizing the IDE
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To customize the IDE, follow these steps:
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CHAPTER 5 INTRODUCING VISUAL BASIC AND THE .NET FRAMEWORK
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1. Launch VS by selecting Start Programs Microsoft Visual Studio 2005.
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If this is the first time you have launched VS, you will be asked to choose a default development setting. Choose the visual development settings.
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2. You will be presented with the Start Page. The Start Page contains several panes, including one titled MSDN: Visual Basic, which has links to recent VB articles posted on the MSDN (Microsoft Developer Network) web site. Clicking one of these links will launch a browser window hosted inside VS, which will open the article on the MSDN site. The Getting Started pane includes links to the VS documentation. Clicking a documentation link launches the Microsoft Document Explorer. Take some time to investigate the information and the various links exposed to you on the Start Page. 3. Microsoft has taken considerable effort to make VS a customizable design environment. You can customize just about every aspect of the layout, from the various windows and menus down to the color coding used in the code editor. Select Tools Options to open the Options dialog box, shown in Figure 5-1, which allows you to customize many aspects of the IDE.
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Figure 5-1. VS Options dialog box
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4. Click Projects and Solutions in the category list on the left side of the dialog box. You are presented with options to change the default location of projects and what happens when you build and run a project. Select the Always Show Solution option and the Show Output Window When Build Starts option. 5. Investigate some of the other customizable options available. Close the Options dialog box when you are finished by clicking the OK button.
CHAPTER 5 INTRODUCING VISUAL BASIC AND THE .NET FRAMEWORK
Creating a New Project
To create a new project, follow these steps: 1. On the Start Page, in the Recent Projects pane, click the Create Project link, which launches the New Project dialog box. (You can also choose File New Project to open this dialog box.) 2. The New Project dialog box allows you to create various projects using built-in templates. There are templates for creating VB projects, VC# projects, deployment projects, as well as many others, depending on what options you chose when installing VS. 3. In the Project Types pane, expand the Visual Basic node and select the Windows node, as shown in Figure 5-2. Observe the various VB project templates. There are templates for creating various types of Windows applications, including Windows Forms-based applications, class libraries, and console applications.
Figure 5-2. VS New Project dialog box
4. Click the Windows Application template. Change the name of the application to Demo5 and click the OK button. When the project opens, you will be presented with a form designer for a default form (named Form1) that has been added to the project. To the right of this window, you should see the Solution Explorer.
Investigating the Solution Explorer and Class View
The Solution Explorer displays the projects and files that are part of the current solution, as shown in Figure 5-3. By default, when you create a project, a solution is created with the same name as the project. The solution contains some global information, project-linking information, and customization settings, such as a task list and debugging information. A solution may contain more than one related project.
CHAPTER 5 INTRODUCING VISUAL BASIC AND THE .NET FRAMEWORK
Figure 5-3. Solution Explorer
Note If you do not see the solution node, select Tools Options and click Projects and Solutions. Select
the Always Show Solution option.
Under the solution node is the project node. The project node organizes the various files and settings related to a project. The project file organizes this information in an XML document, which contains references to the class files that are part of the project, any external references needed by the project, and compilation options that have been set. Under the project node is a My Project node and the class file for the Form1 class. To practice using the Solution Explorer and some VS features and views, follow these steps: 1. Right-click the My Project node and select Open. This launches the Project Properties window. Along the left side of the window are several tabs you can use to explore and set various application settings. 2. Select the Application tab, as shown in Figure 5-4. Notice that, by default, the assembly name and root namespace are set to the name of the project. Form1 has also been designated as the startup object.
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