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Visual Studio.Net: Controls and Add-ins

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Visual Studio.Net: Controls and Add-ins
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Publisher: BPB Publications

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This book picks up from where our earlier book named "Visual Studio.Net - The Basics", left off. In this sequel the sophisticated subject of User-Controls and the Extensibility features offered by Add-ins are probed in detail. The text covers controls-attributes, properties and events, creating a UI type editor, type conversion, designers, writing C# code, web controls, add-ins, capturing events.

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