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 Post subject: Vb.net ideas code
PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2005 6:10 pm 
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Does anyone in here know how to get sounds and other exciting devices on a vb.net form. I already understand how to make pictures move but does anyone know of anything else you could do that involves sounds and media and other featurers.


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That is a pretty open question. Maybe if you could give those here a good example of what you would like to do on a form, or what actions you have in mind.

This is worth a look:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbasic/downlo ... fault.aspx

There are literally thousands of assorted and interesting code samples out there worth messing with and learning from.

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Nobody likes sounds on webpages.


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Thug Esquire wrote:
Nobody likes sounds on webpages.


tis the truth


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My take was that they were looking to put things like sounds on basic forms and not websites. Like a click sound when a button is pressed?

definitely (note that it is spelled correctly) agree! I hate it when a web opens playing a damn MIDI file.

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Thug Esquire wrote:
Nobody likes sounds on webpages.


QFT, man. QFT

hey, Reloadron, i downloaded the code samples. that is an awesome catch i did not know that existed.


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The MSDN site is loaded with useful code samples. If you just go to Microsoft's home page and keyword MSDN it leads to a wealth of great stuff.

There are also all the code samples from MSDN Magazine issues burried in there. Complete BLOGS developed in Visual Studio .NET, that just need personalized. Great stuff to modify and learn from.

Glad you liked the 101 samples and BTW they are frequently updated.

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Speaking of the MSDN:
I just got the April version of the library in the mail. It's extremely useful.

It costs $200 / year to get the most basic subscription, but I like it :)


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<It costs $200 / year to get the most basic subscription, but I like it >

Absolutely worth every cent and more. Considering the software you get to mess with.

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MS won't give me access to the downloads section with my basic subscription :(

But it's great to have the entire MSDN library in hard copy :)


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I have a few years worth of MSDN in hardcopy. One of the guys at work got me interested a few years back. Not a programmer here but rather an electronic engineering type with a fettish for programming. Real basic stuff.

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