Ken Getz''s Smart Client Live! session demonstrates several techniques you can use when building Windows applications.
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Ken Getz's Smart Client Live! session demonstrates several techniques you can use when building Windows applications, including creating owner-drawn controls, binding controls to just about anything, exposing protected information with inheritance, using Windows XP theming, modifying the DataGrid control, handling thread synchronization with Windows forms, and creating your own property grid.
Emphasizing its "dev" focus, Microsoft trumpeted its Dev Home, Dev Drive and Dev Box offerings at its Build 2023 developer conference this week.
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Two major themes permeating the conference are copilots -- AI assistants across a broad swath of products and services -- and plugins, which effectively transform copilots into aggregators, potentially making them one-stop shops for both enterprise and consumer customers.
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