GDI+ Programming: Creating Custom Controls Using C# by Chris Garrett, Eric White

GDI+ Programming: Creating Custom Controls Using C#

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GDI+ Programming: Creating Custom Controls Using C# Chris Garrett, Eric White ebook
Publisher: Peer Information
Format: chm
Page: 500
ISBN: 1861006314, 9781861006318

Dec 5, 2011 - NET Application Development Using C# and AJAX Course in San Antonio TX, USAAdvanced .NET Framework Programming Using VB. This book brings together all this knowledge and shows readers how to build real programs. Covering development and best practices for data entry and validation, including GDI+, custom controls, localization, accessibility, proper data validation techniques, and best practices with Visual Basic and C#, Data Entry and Validation with C# and VB .NET Windows Forms is a book no modern programmer should be without. Nov 8, 2006 - NET Framework works. You can workaround this by using GDI+ to draw your own text, or you can use a TextBox control instead and set its ReadOnly property to True. Aug 10, 2013 - WPF and XAML would be used to build stunning desktop applications, Windows phone applications, and this would spill over to the “Write Once Deploy Everywhere” Web, in the form of a plugin called Silverlight, which could be C# in the background. What I really like about WPF is that I can continue using C#. After the use of these objects, I have disposed the objects using the Dispose() method. I am using these controls - Article in the C# forum contributed by kaizen202. Walkthrough: Authoring a User Control with Visual C#. Nov 12, 2012 - In my project, I have created around 12 custom controls(checkbox,radiobutton,editbox,progressbar,scrollbar,button etc). Used in a .NET user control to throw GDI+ exceptions. Custom painting is done in all controls for the extended look and feel using Pen,Brushes,Graphics, GraphicPath,Images,Region and Bitmaps ect. Let me be clear, I've seen a good few languages, and nothing beats the elegance and power of C#. For additional details on creating custom ActiveX controls for InfoPath, you can view the Creating Custom Controls for InfoPath SP1 webcast, and work with the ActiveX Controls in InfoPath 2003 hands-on training.