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Create Your WebBrowser: Learn C# Fundamentals Practically

Course Summary

A practical guide to learn the fundamentals of C# programming and developed your own web browser program.


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    Course Syllabus

    • Introduction
      • Introduction
      • Assumptions
      • What is C#?
      • High Level VS Low Level Programming Language
      • Object Oriented and Procedural Programming Language
      • Why Learn C# Programming Language?
      • Conclusion
      • Lecture Notes
      • Resources (Source Codes and Notes)
    • Getting Started
      • Introduction
      • Microsoft .Net Framework
      • System Requirements
      • Installing Microsoft .Net Framework 4.5
      • Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
      • Installation of the IDE
      • Creating Your First Hello World GUI Program
      • Conclusion
    • Language Essentials I
      • Introduction
      • What is a Console Program?
      • Creating Your First Console Program
      • Reading and Writing in Console Program
      • Variables
      • DataTypes
      • Character Literals
      • Arrays
      • Relook at Our Previous Code
      • Your First Console Calculator I
      • Your First Console Calculator II
      • Data Manipulation
      • Data Types Conversion
      • Relook At Console Calculator
      • Conclusion
    • Language Essentials II
      • Introduction
      • Your Console Calculator: New Requirements
      • Extending the Console Calculator
      • Conditional Statements I
      • Conditional Statements II
      • Extending the Console Calculator II
      • Extending the Console Calculator III
      • Loops
      • Loops II
      • Methods
      • Methods II
      • Methods Con't and Conclusion
    • Object Essentials
      • Introduction
      • What is Object Oriented Programming (OOP)
      • Creating a Class and Object
      • What is a Class?
      • What is an object?
      • What is a Property?
      • Why OOP Matters: Polymorphism
      • Why OOP Matters: Encapsulation
      • Why OOP Matters: Inheritance
      • Inheritance in Your Console Calculator
      • Conclusion
    • GUI Programming Lab I: Control Essentials
      • Introduction
      • The WebBrowser Application
      • Create Your GUI Project
      • The Split Container
      • The TextBox
      • The Button
      • GUI Design Shortcut
      • ComboBox and CheckBox
      • The RadioButtons
      • The TabControl and TabPages
      • The Web Browser Control
      • Test Run the Program
      • Conclusion
    • GUI Programming Lab II: Event Essentials
      • Introduction
      • CheckBox Event
      • Web Browser Navigation Requirements
      • Adding in Simple URL Navigation
      • "Back" Button Event
      • "Forward" Button Event
      • "Stop" Button Event
      • Test Run the WebBrowser
      • Improved Navigation with Webbrowser Control Event
      • Test Run the WebBrowser II
      • Web Browser Search Requirements
      • Search Button Event I
      • Search Button Event II
      • Web Browser Validating and Parsing Requirements
      • Validating and Parsing I
      • Validating and Parsing II
      • Further Improvement and Conclusion


Course Fee:
USD 10

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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