Using VB 6. Confused about going to Visual Studio 2003.net or VB 2005
Posted on 2006-06-01
We have a large software project written in Visual Basic 6. This project has about 300 forms and classes. We want to move up to the latest Visual basic product. In the future, we are interested in making all or a portion of our software a Web Based application. We need help in deciding whether to go to Visual Studio.Net 2003, or to Visual Studio 2005. We understand that Visual Basic 2005 is a part of Visual Studio 2005. We do not understand the difference between Visual Studio.net 2003 which has a .Net extension, and Visual Studio 2005 which does not have a .Net extension.
We have read a little about the VB Fusion that would allow us to use Visual Basic 6 and still be able to access some features of the .Net
Hope someone can give us a little help.