Developing . NET Custom Controls and Designers Using C#

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BlueVision, LLC, 2005 - 600 pages
"Developing .NET Custom Controls and Designers Using C#" starts with an introduction to basic, but important, prerequisites, including data binding and event handling. It then goes into type conversion and editor implementation topics. The book discusses both Windows Forms and ASP.NET Web Forms, their basic architectures, and how to go about writing custom controls and designers to support these technologies.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Evolution of NET
7
Events and Event Handlers
19
Delegates
20
Naming Conventions and Guidelines
28
Type Converters
31
Type Editors
73
Introduction to Windows Forms
113
ASP NET State Management
273
Query Strings
279
Using the View State
286
Completing the ColorPicker Control
297
Summary
309
Templated and Composite Server Controls
311
Summary
334
Introduction to Designers
335

Control Layout
126
Summary
132
Windows Forms Data Binding
133
GDI+
169
Creating an IrregularlyShaped Form
198
Summary
207
Introduction to ASP NET
209
Validation Controls
223
Summary
241
Rendering Server Controls
243
Designer Architecture
336
The Designer Hierarchy
358
ASP NET Web Forms Designer Hierarchy
364
DesignTime Support
397
Transaction Support
441
Licensing
447
Developing the Windows Forms Wizard Control
473
Developing the ASP NET TabView Control
533
Index
573
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