Ken Getz demonstrates several different techniques you can use when building Windows applications, including: Creating owner-drawn controls, binding controls to just about anything, exposing protected information with inheritance, exposing new control behavior using inheritance, handling thread synchronization with Windows forms, and creating your own property grid. Samples in both C# and VB.NET.
Ken Getz is a developer, writer, and trainer, working as a senior consultant with MCW Technologies, LLC, a Microsoft Certified Partner. He has co-authored several technical books for developers, including the best-selling ASP.NET Developer’s Jumpstart, Access Developer's Handbook series, and VBA Developer's Handbook series.
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