.NET Windows Forms Custom Controls

Series
Sams
Author
Richard L. Weeks  
Publisher
Sams Publishing
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
277
Pub.-date
Januar 2002
ISBN13
9780672323331
ISBN
0672323338


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Description

The intent of this book is to teach .NET developers the skills necessary to create their own leading edge custom controls. The art of creating custom controls has never been truly explored in detail, often the examples provided are trivial and do not begin to explore the requirements need for a commercial quality custom control. This book will not only provide that knowledge, but, in addition provide the source for a fully functional Outlook Bar control.

Table of Contents



Introduction.


1. Introduction to Windows Forms Controls.


2. Control Basics.


3. Designer Basics.


4. GDI+.


5. Advanced Control Development.


6. Control Design Concepts.


7. OutlookBarTab Component.


8. OutlookBar Control.


9. ImageListView Control.


10. Control Deployment.


Appendix A Extender Providers.


Index.

Back Cover

The intent of this book is to teach .NET developers the skills necessary to create their own leading edge custom controls. The art of creating custom controls has never been truly explored in detail, often the examples provided are trivial and do not begin to explore the requirements need for a commercial quality custom control. This book will not only provide that knowledge, but, in addition provide the source for a fully functional Outlook Bar control.

Author

.NET Windows Forms CustomControls About the Author

Richard Weeks has been writing software for the better part of 10 years, specializing in C++, MFC, COM, ATL, and now C#. His major areas of interest include custom control development, compiler theory, distributed applications development, and design patterns. During the past 10 years, he managed to make time to earn his B.S. degree in Computer Science from Western Carolina University; it proudly hangs next to his G.E.D. When not working, he enjoys video games, go-cart racing, and good beer. Richard Weeks can be reached at rweeks@nc.rr.com.


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