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Links 1 through 10 of 24 by Atif Aziz tagged winforms

SyntaxBox is a powerful syntax-highlight Windows Forms control for the Microsoft .NET Platform. It is LGPL-licensed and written in 100% managed C#. It supports syntax highlighting as well as code folding for just about any programming language.

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How to create a splash screen using the native Win32 API that shows up while before even most of Windows Forms initializes.

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The purpose of the Html Editor is to provide HTML editing capabilities within a WinForms control. The control emulates the operations that are available within a Rich Text control but loads and saves content from an HTML BODY element.

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Localization support comes at a price for complex forms. That is, startup performance. A form that is localized loads and displays slower than one that is not. To understand why, this article examines what actually happens when the Form.Localizable proper

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.NET Component Inspector allows one to explore the behavior of a component or some code without having to write any code, watch events, examine history of events, try something and see how it affects the component, look at the visual behavior of a compone

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You can't interact with Windows Forms controls from another thread. Luckily IronPython and .NET between them provide a way round this.

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This article discusses .NET Framework 2.0 designers and services, creating a hosting form, building and using a toolbox, and loading and managing designers.

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This article explores the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET property browser and how to take advantage of its new features.

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This article discusses how Microsoft .NET components provide developers with a great new mix of development ease similar to that of Microsoft Visual Basic while delivering the power of lower level programming more commonly associated with ATL or MFC.

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Second of two articles discussing the extremely rich design-time features of the .NET Framework. Part 2 continues the journey by concentrating on design-time functionality beyond components and controls, including TypeConverters, UITypeEditors, and Design

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