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VB for HMI application

VB for HMI application

VB for HMI application

I haven't worked with VB yet but am wondering how to get started creating a HMI program using VB.  Any suggestions on where to start (book, website)?

RE: VB for HMI application

Start with a really simple tutorial. You should get through this:
and do all the exercises etc in a couple of weeks full-time.

I'd move onto a bit more ADO next, try:

You will then need to get started with some relational database stuff. You can download MSSQL BooksOnLine (this is essential knowledge for any serious DB stuff) from:

When you've got all that sorted then come back and we can find some basic stuff for system analysis and interface design for you.

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RE: VB for HMI application

thanks i will get to work

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