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Windows Forms Programming with C# (Englisch) Taschenbuch – April 2002

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In the .NET environment, GUI elements like menus, buttons, lists, trees--and of course the window itself--are created and deployed using the new Windows Forms framework. Windows Forms is an object-oriented set of classes that offers an effective, modern programming environment for rich Windows applications development. Intended for beginner and intermediate programmers willing to get their hands dirty, this book teaches by example. Step-by-step instructions guide the reader through the entire Windows Forms namespace. Examples build around a common theme, collectively developing a real-world application. The book covers fundamentals like labels, menus, buttons, as well as advanced concepts like owner-drawn lists, explorer-style interfaces, customized data binding, and the integration of the Microsoft web browser control into a Windows program. Appendices include a 30-page reference to the C# language and a handy visual index of the Windows Forms classes.

What's Inside: *Owner-drawn list boxes *List and tree views *Multiple document interfaces *Data grids and data binding *Drag and drop *How to implement, among other things: *reusable libraries *auto-filled combo boxes *keyboard and mouse processing *printing and print previewing *embedded web browsers

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Erik Brown is a consultant specializing in intellectual property and Windows application development. He has been involved in software development for over 10 years and is a veteran of multiple startup companies working with both UNIX and Windows platforms. He lives in Gainesville, Virginia.


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Not A Reference - This Is a Must Have Learning Book 2. September 2002
Von Carl Thomas - Veröffentlicht auf
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Brown has put a lot of thought into covering the mass of practical bases in Windows .NET Forms development. The concept of developing one application through the course of the book to show clearly and in context how each piece fits and works, while not new, is done superbly in this book. I learned much, much more from this book about not only Windows Forms but about C# programming in general than from several other dedicated C# books I have. His approach to showing the code and code changes and explaining them in step-by-step and in side-by-side panels is outstanding tutorial style.
I just had to work through this book cover-to-cover and I NEVER do that with these books - I usually just look up what I think I need to know. Brown's leading me by the nose worked; I learned a lot more (as a current C++ and Java programmer) about C# than I might have otherwise. If you're looking for a reference book, this is not it; context is too important to the understanding of the parts. It is, I think, deliberately a clear learning book and, as I say in the title of this review, a Must Have learning book for Windows .NET Forms.
So what's your next topic, Eric?
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Great Book, An easier way of learning C# and Window Forms 23. September 2002
Von Ning Chang - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
I recommend this book, "Windows Forms Programming with C#" explains how to practically program in .Net environment in detail. As a Window programmer (VB and VC/C++), this book helps me to program and understand the .NET platform in an easy way.
I like the well-planned layout of the book; it is one of the most reader friendly books I have even seen. This book helps you to learn a lot of important concepts in a very natural way. On each topic discussed, the related class tables are right there for you, and the operation tables guide you step by step the actions you need to take to accomplish the project it explains clearly and shows you the result in each action you take side by side. Inside the book appendix you also find a list of useful websites for related/further study.
This is a great book for learning C# and Windows Forms, it is easy to read and easy to understand.
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Best tech book I've ever read 19. Mai 2003
Von Timothy B. Miller - Veröffentlicht auf
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I have read at least 40 or 50 tech books, and this has got to be the best. The tutorial format is great and perfectly designed, and Brown explains everything completely so you're never lost. I learned both C# and windows forms programming from this book and it was a sheer joy every moment. I do ASP.NET programming using VB as part of my job, and this was the perfect way to extend my skills and knowledge. Effective and very fun. Plus you'll be amazed at the applications you end up with if you work all the tutorials. I've been using it as a reference ever since I finished it, and it's very effective for that as well, thanks in part to the excellent index.
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A solid and useful reference for C# users 6. Mai 2002
Von Midwest Book Review - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Windows Forms Programming With C# by software developer and Windows applications expert Erik Brown is a comprehensive, straightforward, "user friendly" guide to writing programs in the .NET environment using object-oriented sets of classes. Various chapters address getting started with Windows Forms and Virtual Studio .NET, a wide variety of forms from menus and toolbars to data binding, document interfaces and more. Of special note are the commentaries regarding owner-drawn list boxes; list and tree views; multiple document interfaces; data grids and data binding; "drag and drop"; and the implementation of reusable libraries, auto-filled combo boxes, keyboard and mouse processing, printing and print previewing, and embedded web browsers. Tables and black-and-white screenshots help make the offered code and suggestions as clear as possible in this solid and useful reference for C# users.
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Looking to learn windows forms? - this is THE BOOK! 9. Februar 2004
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I have to agree with the rest of the reviewers - this is an excellent book. I've programmed for over 15 years now and have read over 100 programming books during that span. This book stands out as one of, if not the best, programming books I've ever read. The book is about 600 pages long, and focuses on building a photo album application. It's clearly written, easy to follow, and provides step by step instructions on how to create the application within Visual Studio.Net. As the rear of the book says, this is a book for beginner to intermediate level programmers. If you're looking to learn windows forms, this is a fantastic place to start. Great job Erik Brown!!!
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