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  1. VS 2019 Mental exercise with VB.NET to create a social network

    Hello,

    I would like to create an exercise with VB.NET to create a social network.

    Let's imagine cloning Facebook with the MS technology stack and the VB.NET language.

    What tools would you...
  2. Re: How soon may I have to give up VB.net (and VB6)?

    this is definitely great news :)

    Karen Payne you are and will always be very important to the entire VB ecosystem, your future contributions will always be highly anticipated

    I was forgetting,...
  3. Re: How soon may I have to give up VB.net (and VB6)?

    @Niya



    and in the ideas that the real treasure lies. :)




    I fully respect your belief and congratulations for always evolving and seeking what is most modern in the world of development.
  4. Re: How soon may I have to give up VB.net (and VB6)?

    Niya

    we're still new to open source development, but there's a lot of goodwill.

    Cyrus Najmabadi, Cory Smith >> work more with the evolution of syntax trying to make it less verbose and more...
  5. Re: How soon may I have to give up VB.net (and VB6)?

    @Niya

    Your development knowledge is fantastic, congratulations :)

    How about joining us in a community dedicated to developing and improving the VB.NET language?

    I'm sure you can contribute a...
  6. Re: How soon may I have to give up VB.net (and VB6)?

    VB.NET is of a very different magnitude than VB6, VB.NET is open source, which in itself is fantastic!

    A professional and experienced VB.NET programmer considers C# as an add-on and therefore we...
  7. Re: How soon may I have to give up VB.net (and VB6)?

    Fantástica sua resposta.

    Parabéns, este é um excelente conselho.
  8. Re: How soon may I have to give up VB.net (and VB6)?

    The best example is Python developers were counterproductive and are now on top.

    If they were listening to people who say they should always follow another programming language, Python would be...
  9. Re: How soon may I have to give up VB.net (and VB6)?

    this is your work niche!

    Not giving up on a language brought python into fashion again, and what about IBM with its Watson? it is not a language listed in the ranking.

    Don't say that a certain...
  10. Re: I think VB6 is much a better tool/language than VB.NET

    as among the options, RadBasic, B4X, Xojo and TwinBASIC which one do you consider to be the best option?

    and which one do you believe will play the longest?


    and yes, i'm very serious :)

    I...
  11. Re: I think VB6 is much a better tool/language than VB.NET

    excellent answer!
    honestly, I think VB.NET moving away from C# is a very positive point!
  12. Re: I think VB6 is much a better tool/language than VB.NET

    honestly I think VB6 has a better and bigger future than VB.NET.

    If I had the financial conditions and the challenge of continuing to evolve VB6 or VB.NET, I would choose VB6.

    It's still easier...
  13. Thread: TwinBasic

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    Re: TwinBasic & RADBasic

    I agree
  14. Re: Another vb alternative Mercury? not 100% compatible but still!

    I agree with you.
    in fact, the risk is too great!

    I sincerely wish that you have a lot of success with C#, that it can represent the meeting of your great quest.

    I also use C# and I like it a...
  15. Re: Another vb alternative Mercury? not 100% compatible but still!

    Yes of course they are for C#

    For VB.NET Web I simply use Vazor (https://github.com/VBAndCs/Vazor)
  16. Re: Another vb alternative Mercury? not 100% compatible but still!

    But that's just what I meant.

    There is no reason for suffering, everything will still have its use and will work for a long time.

    No need to rush from VB to C#, or from C# to a new fashion...
  17. Re: Another vb alternative Mercury? not 100% compatible but still!

    See the text above, it was for this answer that I made the comment

    So there is no heartache and despair in switching to C#, VB.NET will be long standing!
    and soon we'll have the same thinking for...
  18. Re: Another vb alternative Mercury? not 100% compatible but still!

    if you think that way, then you'd better revise your concepts about Microsoft.

    Everything works great until next year arrives!

    Microsoft's history of discontinuity is immense.
  19. Re: How soon may I have to give up VB.net (and VB6)?

    I'm not going to write a text, but lines of thoughts about VB.NET

    Well, I think it's the market and the developers who will really dictate that.

    If you work in a company as an employee you...
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    Re: B4A is now free!

    Fantastic, thank you so much for your dedication!
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    Re: Introducing MixLangz a Visual IDE

    @ SearchingDataOnly
    why, instead of mixed, don't just stick with Basic? who knows, it may be a great world novelty your project in pure basic
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    let's give our support

    There are times to complain and there are times to thank. Watch the video and leave your like.
    it is very important that DEV VB.NET participates and supports the effort of the entire VB team
    ...
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    Re: B4A is now free!

    For B4X and especially for Erel I can only say CONGRATULATIONS !!!

    I use VB.NET and am a lover of BASIC, I am considering focusing completely on B4X, the productivity gain is very large, the use...
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