Create Your WebBrowser: Learn C# Fundamentals Practically
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Create Your WebBrowser: Learn C# Fundamentals Practically

A practical guide to learn the fundamentals of C# programming and developed your own web browser program.
4.0 (3 ratings)
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577 students enrolled
Created by Eric M. H. Goh
Last updated 8/2014
English
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  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
By the end of the course, you will be able to program your own windows application , from console application to GUI application.
You will also walk away with your own developed web browser and Console calculator.
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Requirements
  • No previous programming experience or knowledge required.
  • There is no additional cost. We will guide you step by step to install the open source SharpDevelop IDE which shares any similarities with the commercial Microsoft Visual Studio.
Description

Have you ever want to build your own windows GUI program? Whether you are a novice wanting to create your own GUI application, or a professional looking to convey your ideas through software prototyping, this course is for you.

This course is specially designed for you to quickly and easily gain all the fundamental skills to create your own windows application, regardless of your background. This hand-ons class uses practical approach to teach C# programming, meaning we will walk you through in creating your own application, from simple console to GUI, while explaining the important theory you should know. No unnecessary theory is included to bore you off, and you will walk away with your own web browser by the end of the course.

Topics Covered in a Practical Way:

  1. While writing your own Console Calculator Application, we will discuss about all the C# coding basics, including conditional statements (IF... Else, Switch...Case), Loops (for loops, while loops), variables, arrays, methods and etc.
  2. Class and Objects, inheritance, encapsulation, and polymorphism, the essentials of Object Oriented Programming, will also be discussed while you enhance your console calculator application.
  3. Learn interface design and event handling for creating beautiful GUI application, while you build your own web browser.
  4. and more...

Programming is a form of language, hence, to master it, you must read and write your own coding. Practical approach in learning C# programming will no doubt help you in mastering C# programming, but simultaneously have a better insight on how the theory can be applied in real time to solve problems. In case you are worried about having to buy Microsoft Visual Studio, we assured you that we will be using the open source Sharp Develop IDE, which is very similar to visual studio, but more importantly, it is FREE. Come, join the fun, join us to learn C# programming in a practical way, you will receive a free ebook and walk away with your own web browser program.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone interested to learn c# programming, regardless of whether you are a novice or professional.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 85 Lectures Collapse All 85 Lectures 04:33:25
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Getting Started
8 Lectures 16:57
Introduction
00:48

Microsoft .Net Framework
00:44

System Requirements
00:58

Installing Microsoft .Net Framework 4.5
01:24

Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
00:59

Installation of the IDE
02:11

Creating Your First Hello World GUI Program
08:20

Conclusion
01:33
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Language Essentials I
15 Lectures 55:48
Introduction
01:58

What is a Console Program?
01:29

Creating Your First Console Program
03:52

Reading and Writing in Console Program
06:09

Variables
02:15

DataTypes
04:30

Character Literals
02:48

Arrays
06:25

Relook at Our Previous Code
03:19

Your First Console Calculator I
02:19

Your First Console Calculator II
05:40

Data Manipulation
04:30

Data Types Conversion
04:38

Relook At Console Calculator
04:04

Conclusion
01:52
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Language Essentials II
12 Lectures 40:35
Introduction
00:58

Your Console Calculator: New Requirements
00:52

Extending the Console Calculator
05:30

Conditional Statements I
02:19

Conditional Statements II
02:29

Extending the Console Calculator II
05:54

Extending the Console Calculator III
04:19

Loops
03:56

Loops II
01:24

Methods
04:40

Methods II
04:57

Methods Con't and Conclusion
03:17
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Object Essentials
11 Lectures 32:02
Introduction
00:39

What is Object Oriented Programming (OOP)
00:45

Creating a Class and Object
10:48

What is a Class?
01:51

What is an object?
02:16

What is a Property?
02:40

Why OOP Matters: Polymorphism
03:51

Why OOP Matters: Encapsulation
01:42

Why OOP Matters: Inheritance
01:13

Inheritance in Your Console Calculator
05:00

Conclusion
01:17
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GUI Programming Lab I: Control Essentials
13 Lectures 21:29
Introduction
01:17


Create Your GUI Project
00:57

The Split Container
01:15

The TextBox
01:21

The Button
01:13

GUI Design Shortcut
02:38

ComboBox and CheckBox
02:53

The RadioButtons
02:59

The TabControl and TabPages
01:45

The Web Browser Control
01:32

Test Run the Program
00:49

Conclusion
00:33
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GUI Programming Lab II: Event Essentials
17 Lectures 39:16
Introduction
00:33

CheckBox Event
03:23

Web Browser Navigation Requirements
00:39

Adding in Simple URL Navigation
02:01

"Back" Button Event
01:30

"Forward" Button Event
01:25

"Stop" Button Event
00:45

Test Run the WebBrowser
01:33

Improved Navigation with Webbrowser Control Event
02:10

Test Run the WebBrowser II
01:24

Web Browser Search Requirements
00:40

Search Button Event I
07:02

Search Button Event II
04:35

Web Browser Validating and Parsing Requirements
00:39

Validating and Parsing I
03:33

Validating and Parsing II
05:53

Further Improvement and Conclusion
01:31
About the Instructor
Eric M. H. Goh
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Eric Goh is a data science research analyst, engineer, lecturer and entrepreneur with over six years of experiences in multiple industries. His varied career includes data science, intelligent system development, team leading and project management, and engineering product design. He is the manager of boozedesign in 2010, and has recently founded SVBook, LajuSoft, and EMHAcademy.  

 
 From 2015, Eric Goh is a research analyst at Nanyang Technological University, and has previously worked as a team lead at CrimsonLogic in 2012 to research and develop an advanced unstructured product description classification system that automates Singapore Custom’s trade facilitation process. Eric has also served as a research staff under MIT Professor at Singapore University of Technology and Design, involving in projects such as cost effective pneumatic sensors. During his free time, he teaches at St. Hua Private School and Udemy, and was eventually certified a lecturer by International Education Society, IES. 

 
 Eric has years of experiences in C#, Java, C/C++, SQL, SPSS Statistics and Modeler, SAS Enterprise Miner, R, Python, Excel and etc. He holds a Masters of Technology degree from the National University of Singapore, an Executive MBA from U21Global and IGNOU, a Graduate Diploma in Mechatronics from A*STAR SIMTech, and a Bachelor degree from University of Portsmouth. Eric's education focuses on east meeting the west, and their multidisciplinary appeals to fields like data science and Internet of Things. Eric is a certified PRINCE2 Practitioner and Big Data Science Analyst (CBDSA) from GSTF, and has completed statistical courses from Duke University and Imperial College London .  

 
 Eric is a fellow at the Institute of Management Specialists with specialized award, and has been a finalist at TelR Data Mining Competition. He is a recipient of Tan Kah Kee Young Inventors’ Merit Award and has been inducted into Sigma Xi Research Society and Upsilon Pi Epsilon Honor Society for computing disciplines. Eric has also published various books in python, R, and C# programming at Amazon and LeanPub.  

Specialties: Data Science, Text Mining, Social Network Analysis, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Software Engineering, Mechatronics, Business.