You might be knowing that creating a blank form is not that difficult task but it requires a lot of time and effort. You need to open Visual Studio and then you need to create a form and if you want to add controls then it will require a lot of time and effort.
To make it easier for you to create a blank form in VB.NET, I am going to share with you the best and simple way to create an empty form.
Fire up Visual Studio. If you don’t have it, you’ll need to download it. You can grab the community edition for free, and it works like a charm for small to medium projects.
Visual Basic from the language dropdown.
Windows Forms App as the template.
You’ll be prompted to give your project a name. Choose something meaningful. This will create a solution with a default form named
By default, the form will be empty. You’ll see a blank form in the designer where you can drag and drop controls like buttons, labels, text boxes, etc., but for now, it’s a blank canvas—your empty form.
You can run your project by pressing
F5 or clicking on the
Start Debugging button (it looks like a play button). A window should pop up displaying your empty form.
Creating an empty form is easy-peasy, but the real fun starts when you begin to add controls and write event-handling code. VB.NET makes it super simple to get a UI up and running, and if you’re new to programming, you’ll find it pretty approachable.
So there you go, the ABCs of creating an empty form in VB.NET. It’s the starting point for countless possibilities. Now go ahead, add some life to that form! Thanks for tuning in, and happy coding! ??