What's New in Total Visual SourceBook

What’s new in Total Visual SourceBook 2013?

  • Support for 32 and 64-bit Versions of VBA - Microsoft offers 32 and 64-bit versions of Office and Access 2013 and 2010. The source code in Total Visual SourceBook 2013 is compatible with both 32 and 64-bit versions of Office/Access. Total Visual SourceBook takes care of the complexity of different Windows API calls, data types, type structures and other differences between the two platforms to ensure the features you implement are compatible.
  • Upsize the User Code Database to Microsoft SQL Server - Total Visual SourceBook has always allowed you to save your own code and share it with others by storing it in a Microsoft Access database. You can now upsize that database to SQL Server and share your code from there. You can use your own SQL Server host or a cloud provider like SQL Azure. If you and your fellow developers can connect to your SQL Server database, you can easily search, use, and update your shared code.
  • Many New Modules - In total, there are 227 modules and classes (up from 194) and 125,000+ lines of code (up from 100,000), with 25,000+ lines of example code (up from 20,000), plus extensive notes so you can maximize your understanding of the content.

What's new in Total Visual SourceBook 2007?

  • Code for Access 2007 ACCDB databases and the new complex field types
  • Code for Outlook 2007 calendars, contacts, folders, emails, notes, and tasks
  • More code for Access Data Projects (ADPs) and ADODB
  • Access application enhancements for startup, transparency, ribbons, spell checker, encryption, etc.
  • Code for Twitter and Maps
  • Code for SharePoint, TAPI, Visual SourceSafe, etc.
  • Code Browser enhancements for applying your error handling
  • Vista and Windows 7 support