Visual Basic IDE
Basic Features of Visual Basic
Visual Basic supports following features
Data Access Features
: this allows programmers to develop database front endapplications and server side components for most popular database formats including MSSQL and other Databases.
Active X Technologies:
that allows programmers to use the functionality provided by other applications, such as MS Office [Word, Excel etc) and other windowsapplications. You can even automate applications and objects created using theprofessional or Enterprise editions of Visual Basic.
make it easy to provide access to documents and applicationsacross internet server applications.
Your finished application is a true executable
(.exe) file that use a visual Basic Virtual Machine that you can freely distribute.
IDE Features of Visual Basic
Visual Basic posses a Integrated Development Environment [IDE] in whichusers can develop, run and debug their applications. Visual basic is a ‘front end’ which is used for design a screen [Called form] and also writing codes for thespecific controls.
There are different type applications we can develop with visual basic enterpriseedition. These types are referred as Projects; in visual basic we create projects which include different types of modules and many forms. A good project may