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.Net Windows Forms in a Nutshell with CDROM (In a Nutshell)by Ian Griffiths
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.NET Windows Forms are a powerful technology for building a large class of applications for the Windows .NET platform. They offer nearly the same power and flexibility of classic Win32 development, but for a fraction of the effort. The programming model is lean and streamlined, and many of the tedious details that developers used to have to spend time on are now dealt with automatically by the platform..NET Windows Forms in a Nutshell offers an accelerated introduction to this next-generation of rich user interface development. The book provides an all-inclusive guide for experienced programmers using the .NET Windows Forms platform to develop Windows applications, along with a compact but remarkably complete reference to the .NET Framework Class Library (FCL) Windows Forms namespaces and types. The authors present solid coverage of the fundamental building blocks, such as Controls, Forms, Menus, and GDI+, and enough detail to help you build your own fully featured reusable visual components so you can write visual component libraries as well as standalone applications..NET Windows Forms in a Nutshell aims to provide not just the practical information and advice required to get programs working, but also to communicate the rationale behind the various parts of Windows Forms' design. The authors show how the thinking behind the framework enhances your productivity substantially. The new framework allows you to guess correctly what "the Right Way" to do things is a majority of the time, even if you've never tried what you're doing before. No more digging around in documentation for days to try to find the bit of information you need to use one particular feature.Anyone who is involved in user interface development will appreciate the ease of creation and expanded capabilities provided by .NET Windows Forms, as well as the in-depth focus and straight-forward approach this book brings. Included on CD is an add-in that will integrate the book's reference directly into the help files of Visual Studio .NET.
This third edition covers Java 1.4 and contains 193 examples: over 21,900 lines of densely commented Java code, covering 20 client-side and server-side APIs. It includes new chapters on the Java Sound API and the New I/O API. The chapters on XML and servlets have been rewritten to cover latest versions and best practices for Java 1.4.
In this all inclusive guide for experienced programmers, the authors show howto develop stand-alone Windows applications.
About the Author
Edited by Nicola White, Acting Head of Department, Central St Martins College and Ian Griffiths, Professor of Fashion and Visiting Lecturer, Kingston University, Design Consultant MaxMara.
Adams is the director of development at Digital Healthcare, Ltd.
Table of Contents
Preface Introduction to Windows Forms Chapter 1: .NET and Windows Forms Overview Chapter 2: Controls Chapter 3: Forms, Containers, and Applications Chapter 4: Menus and Toolbars Chapter 5: Building Controls Chapter 6: Inheritance and Reuse Chapter 7: Redrawing and GDI+ Chapter 8: Property Grids Chapter 9: Controls and the IDE Chapter 10: Data Binding API Quick Reference Chapter 11: How to Use This Quick Reference Chapter 12: Converting from C# to VB Syntax Chapter 13: The System.ComponentModel Namespace Chapter 14: The System.Drawing Namespace Chapter 15: The System.Drawing.Drawing2D Namespace Chapter 16: The System.Drawing.Imaging Namespace Chapter 17: The System.Drawing.Printing Namespace Chapter 18: The System.Drawing.Text Namespace Chapter 19: The System.Windows.Forms Namespace Chapter 20: The System.Windows.Forms.Design Namespace Appendixes Colophon
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