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AutoCAD® .NET: Developing a User Interface Using WinForms
« on: November 29, 2010, 08:40:33 PM »
Good user interface design is paramount for any successful software application, and your AutoCAD .NET add-in is no exception. In this class, you will get an overview of the scale and range of Microsoft® .NET WinForms features and how to use them effectively. We show you how to work with .NET WinForms, how to create custom palettes, and how to implement event handling so your interface can respond to actions initiated by the user. We also demonstrate creating reusable .NET controls that can be used easily across multiple .NET applications and in multiple scenarios.

target audience:{intermediate}