In-Depth

An In-Depth Look at WinForms in VS 2005

Use new controls in VS 2005 to build professional looking Winforms applications.

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Use new controls in VS 2005 to build localized applications that resemble Outlook, Money, and Messenger. Jay Roxe takes an in-depth look at the new WinForms data features. You can learn how to bind custom business objects to WinForms controls; tailor the WinForms ToolStrip, DataGridView, and Layout components; and leverage a new asynchronous component to build more responsive user interfaces.

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