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Pro .NET 2.0 Windows forms and custom controls in VB 2005.


Pro .NET 2.0 Windows forms and custom controls in VB 2005.

MacDonald, Matthew.



1036 pages



Expert's voice in .NET


Intended for experienced developers, this dense guide explains how to build user interfaces and custom controls with the latest version of Windows Forms. MacDonald, who is a Microsoft MVP, walks through .NET controls, the Form class, drawing with GDI+, data binding, the WebBrowser control, validation events, document interfaces, multithreading, help systems, skinned forms, and animated buttons. An appendix explores the organization and logic of interface design for usability.

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Date:Sep 1, 2007
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