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eBook VB.NET Programming for AutoCAD Customization - Level 1 ePub

by Jerry Winters

eBook VB.NET Programming for AutoCAD Customization - Level 1 ePub
Author: Jerry Winters
Language: English
ISBN: 1892131102
ISBN13: 978-1892131102
Publisher: VB CAD, Inc. (April 13, 2007)
Category: Graphics & Design
Subcategory: Computers
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 313
Formats: lit mbr lrf docx
ePub file: 1591 kb
Fb2 file: 1968 kb

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Jerry Winters is a well-known Author and Instructor teaching VBA and V. ET programming for AutoCAD Customization

Jerry Winters is a well-known Author and Instructor teaching VBA and V. ET programming for AutoCAD Customization. He is a top-rated instructor at Autodesk University (an annual event hosted by Autodesk) and has trained individuals from companies large and small. I'm . et programmer with no autoCad experience. I was recently assigned a project that required autoCad customization with a future of being web-based. I purchased this book hoping that it would give me the staples needed to understanding how. net works in conjunction with. Since purchasing this book, it's done that and more.

NET Programming for AutoCAD Customization - Level 1"is the perfect guide for individuals wanting to begin learning about AutoCAD/VB. In addition to the book's content, the DVD that accompanies the book contains 4 hours of training to get the reader started understanding and writing programs in a hurry. In addition to the trainin content on the DVD, Code "V. ET Programming for AutoCAD Customization - Level 1"is the perfect guide for individuals wanting to begin learning about AutoCAD/VB.

Is there any good book to learn more about v. et programming to customize AutoCad? I already know about M. erry Winter's book (vol. 1) for the same. Is there any other good Books (ebook)? Quote.

NET can be used to customize AutoCAD with nearly unlimited power and flexibility. It includes revisions to code to make it easier to read, and to bring it into conformity with currently-accepted best practices.

I believe Jerry Winters is writing a book as we speak. He was an AU speaker and was a good communicator. Although many slam vba, it's the kind of program I want. Can't wait to see something. Memory management is one of the good things touted by Net, thank goodness for that, I don't really want or need to know how computors work (Well not at the cost. and didn't have to with Vba. I know I'll get to like net in the long run, but it is a shame to me that vba is getting the boot. In addition to the book's content, the DVD. In addition to the book's content, the DV. More). Tomio Itoh, Jerry Winters, Magued Iskander. Summary form only given.

NET for AutoCAD 2010 - Level 1. Published 9 years ago. by Jerry Winters, VB CAD, Inc. V. ET can be used to customize AutoCAD with nearly unlimited power and flexibility.

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The most basic customization I did is modifying AutoCAD command alias. At the present, you have many options to extend your AutoCAD capability with custom programming for free. I believe almost every AutoCAD users use command line. We can activate command by typing it in command line. For example, LINE will activate draw line tool.

"VB.NET Programming for AutoCAD Customization - Level 1"is the perfect guide for individuals wanting to begin learning about AutoCAD/VB.NET programming. In addition to the book's content, the DVD that accompanies the book contains 4 hours of training to get the reader started understanding and writing programs in a hurry. In addition to the trainin content on the DVD, Code Snippets are provided for most of the code in this book as well as completed projects. Code Snippets allow the reader/student to insert code, avoiding the frustrating experience of typing it all in.Table of Contents:1. Introduction and Installation2. VB.NET Project Structure and Primer3. Netload and Debug4. Transactions5. Block Tables and Block Table Records6. Creating 2-D Entities7. Blocks and Attributes8. Layers, Linetypes, Layouts, and more9. Cloning10. Construction Geometry11. Getting User Input12. Selection Sets13. Modifying Objects14. VB.NET Code Essentials15. VB.NET Graphical User Interface16. Debugging in VB.NET17. Extracting Block Information18. Extracting Drawing Information19. Extracting to Text Files20. Extracting to XML Files21. Extracting to Excel22. Extracting to Databases23. Extracting from DWGs24. Distributing our Programs25. IndexThis is a Level 1 book. What does this mean? It means there is much more to learn after learning all this book has to offer. This book is for those with little to no AutoCAD / VB.NET programming experience.
Yalone
I'm a .net programmer with no autoCad experience. I was recently assigned a project that required autoCad customization with a future of being web-based.

I purchased this book hoping that it would give me the staples needed to understanding how .net works in conjunction with .net. Since purchasing this book, it's done that and more.

The author, Jerry Winters, does a great job of incorporating all the essential basics and more. He clearly explains how to set up .net so that it can communicate and have access to the api .net libraries for autoCad. He also provides a template that ... when installed, makes creating new projects a breeze.

I've been able to learn and now understand basic concepts such as how to call my .net sub from autoCad and how to create an interface that will allow the user to interact with the application.

I've also been able to create polylines and blocks with code. Jerry's book comes with a snippet for each segment he features in his book which allowed me to go through the book at a much faster pace and step through the code (debug mode) which really helped me to understand what was really going on. I've also been able to really use several of the snippets in my current project.

This book truly is a useful tool and I would recommend it to anyone.

R Proctor
Faulkree
The book is well written, has tons of code snippets and provides a template so you can use the Express version of Visual Studio to work with AutoCad references.

Met the author at AU, liked his teaching style and realized he is one of the people that actually knows his subject.

Never made the .Net upgrade from VB6.0 and as Autocad enters the 64 bit enviroment, realize it is the best programming enviroment to work with Autocad. This book specialises with the intricies of effectively programming AutoCad.
Maximilianishe
If you're looking for truly useful information on customizing AutoCAD with VB.NET, this book is the only place to go.

The solid, clearly written example code shows you how to interface with the user, the AutoCAD database, and the VB.NET gui.

This book has a prominent place on my desk.
Galubel
This author has written several of the VBA books for AutoCAD and they are excellent. He also has done an excellent job presenting at AU. Where my issue is...is with this author's customer service. I ordered this same text from his VBCAD website and I am still awaiting the delivery of this said text after six weeks of waiting. If you don't mind the long wait periods, then this guy is for you, but if you need the text in a hurry, it appears you will be out of luck. Have a look at the BBB for reference.
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