C#

Create a C# Application from Start to Finish – Complete Course

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In this comprehensive 24-hour-long course, you will learn to use C# to build a complete application from start to finish. Using .net and Visual Studio, we will construct a tournament tracker application that is fit to launch. The application uses Winforms, a class library, events, SQL database, text file data storage (in CSV format), custom events and more.

⌨️ (00:00:00) 01 – Initial Planning
⌨️ (00:16:45) 02 – Overview Planning
⌨️ (00:46:09) 03 – Data Design
⌨️ (01:15:06) 04 – User Interface Design
⌨️ (01:34:26) 05 – Logic Planning
⌨️ (01:50:02) 06 – Class Library Creation
⌨️ (02:06:10) 07 – Form Building
⌨️ (03:08:24) 08 – SQL Database Design
⌨️ (04:12:49) 09 – Prize Form Wire Up
⌨️ (05:36:04) 10 – SQL Connection
⌨️ (06:46:37) 11 – Text Connection
⌨️ (07:44:24) 12 – Create Team Form Part 1
⌨️ (08:29:18) 13 – Create Team Form Part 2
⌨️ (09:12:34) 14 – Create Team Form Part 3
⌨️ (10:01:06) 15 – Create Tournament Form Part 1
⌨️ (10:33:21) 16 – Create Tournament Form Part 2
⌨️ (11:15:17) 17 – Create Tournament Form Part 3
⌨️ (12:34:12) 18 – Create Tournament Form Part 4
⌨️ (13:45:48) 19 – Create Tournament Form Part 5
⌨️ (16:12:12) 20 – Debugging
⌨️ (17:09:09) 21 – Dashboard Form
⌨️ (17:58:42) 22 – Tournament Viewer Part 1
⌨️ (19:07:33) 23 – Tournament Viewer Part 2
⌨️ (20:23:30) 24 – Refactoring
⌨️ (21:30:51) 25 – Error Handling
⌨️ (21:52:55) 26 – Emailing Users
⌨️ (23:01:27) 27 – Wrapping Up

🎥Tutorial from Tim Corey. Check out his channel: https://youtube.com/IAmTimCorey

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28 Comments

  1. I have never seen anywhere else on the web that teaches you how to develop an application from scratch in C# for free. This must have taken so much time and dedication. For those who are serious about C#, stuff like this is considered a golden. Much appreciate and a huge thanks.

  2. Excellent work brother, the tutorial is very long, makes it harder to follow with full focus, would be better if you cut your videos say to like 15 minutes each video, otherwise thank you!

  3. I need some help around the 12:05:00 mark in the ConvertToTournamentModel method (TextConnectorProcessor class). When trying to parse the id in teamIds I have a null value and I get the exception "Input string was not in a correct format." The List<string> lines is "1,,0,,,". Can anyone help me find where I went wrong?

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