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Software design is a difficult and complex task. The Visual Studio Class Designer is a fully-functional, visual design environment for the Common Language Runtime. It lets you visualize the structure of classes and other types and through these visual representations edit their source code. Changes made to the class diagram are immediately reflected in code and changes made to the code immediately affect the appearance of the designer.
In this MasterClass! Microsoft Certified Trainer Mark Long shows you how to use the Class Designer as well as how to make it even better! Work files are included. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.
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Hello. Welcome to the Virtual Training Company presentation of a MasterClass! On the Visual Studio Class Designer. My name's Mark Long and I'll be your instructor for this MasterClass! and what we're going to do here in just a few videos is we're going to really focus on, I think, one of the most underrated tools that you see in all of Microsoft's development environment. The Class Designer is one of those things that as I do live classes I realize that students either don't know it's there or don't realize exactly what they can do with this thing or how they could be using it and should be using it. And so we're going to focus on this, those sorts of things and we're going to focus just purely on the functionality of this thing and usually when I demonstrate this in a live classroom environment I get one of two responses from my students. Number one is, yeah, I don't, I don't see myself really using that. And that usually speaks volumes about the kind of developer I'm talking to, or there are those types that are usually, I would say about 70 percent of the people are like, whoa, whoa, whoa, wait! What was that? Do that again? How did you do that? Where is that? How do I find that? And these people go absolutely stark raving nuts over this thing. But this is the way to kick off a project and so I want to show you this thing and really get you up to speed on how to really make this thing hum and do what you need it to. Now, Class Designer was introduced in Visual Studio 2005, it was included in Visual Studio 2008 just with minor revisions and it's out there in Visual Studio 2010 as well. I'm not going to focus on edition-specific things, I just want to show you how to use this thing, how to think about using this thing and just kind of turn you lose on it and you will be a design guru in your shop before long with this thing. So, let's get started and let's drill into the Visual Studio Class Designer.
- Course: MasterClass! - Microsoft Visual Studio Class Designer
- Author: Mark Long
- SKU: 34164
- Work Files: Yes
- Captions: For Online University members only
- Subject: Programming
- The first 3 chapters of courses are available to play for FREE (first chapter only for QuickStart! and MasterClass! courses). Just click on the movie link to play a lesson.