Object-oriented web programming (OOP, C#, VB and ASP.NET) | Free code
Here you can download free code with XML documentation and many comments that is written in accordance with the concept of object-oriented programming in Visual Basic (VB.NET) and Visual C-sharp (C#) for the web (ASP.NET).
This template with free code for object-oriented web programming includes a general description about object-oriented programming (OOP) in the "Default.aspx" page, a database with three tables, three classes and examples that show how one of the classes can be used in programming. Object-oriented programming means that you create classes for objects to be used in a development project, such as categories, products and a shopping cart for an online shop. A class can be grouped into a "Namespace" and includes variables, constructors, properties, methods, events and possibly also methods for "dispose" and "Finalize".
A class can inherit from another class and implement one or more interfaces. A class that inherits from another class may directly access all the public and protected variables, properties and methods available in the base class and other classes that the base class inherits from. Variables, properties and methods that are private is accessible only by properties and methods within a class. An implementation of an interface means that a class are assigned the variables, properties and methods available in the interface, these are copied to the class and it will then be possible to add code inside these properties and methods.
In this free template of object-oriented programming (OOP) in Visual Basic (VB.NET) and Visual C-sharp (C#) for the Web (ASP.NET), can you see the practical implementation of object-oriented programming in the website development process. In this template is there a small description about resource management to avoid memory leaks and a text about when it may be appropriate to implement a "Dispose Pattern" with a "Finalize" method.
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