WARNING! Some students reported that the MS Access database used in this course will not work with the current version MS Office 365, even with legacy MS Access database redistributable engine. In majority of cases the issue is solved by installing 2016 version of the MS Access database redistributable engine (please see Q&A section of the course). If this doesn’t work for you and you experience problems after purchasing the course, please note that Udemy offers 30–day money back guarantee.
I created this course with a C# beginner in mind. Someone, who knows the basic C# concepts, and knows his way around loops, conditional statements, arrays, and very basics of object oriented programming, but never really had a chance to incorporate any of it with a relational Database project. If that describes you, then this is definitely a course for you.
For this course, I decided to use a Microsoft Access database, as that is a common database small business use around the world. Now, full disclosure: we won’t be creating any earth shattering application and there will be a lot of room for improving our code. What we ARE going to be doing is LEARNING how to use with C# with MS Access, and we’ll use a simple, but fairly common scenario – a small books database app.
Courses : 12
Specification: C# Database Driven WinForm Apps (step by step projects)
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