Windows Forms FAQ
Welcome to the Windows Forms FAQ. Questions and answers in this FAQ have been collected from newsgroup posts, various mailing lists and the employees of Syncfusion. I have tried to mention the source wherever possible. If you think that you should be credited for an answer, please send me a note and I will be happy to add a credit mention.
Welcome to Version 2.0 of theForger's Win32 API Tutorial
This tutorial attempts to get you started developing with the Win32 API as quickly and clearly as possible.
The following samples (MFC/Visual C++ samples) illustrate the most significant features of the Prof-UIS library. In each sample there is implemented dynamic switching between standard GUI themes provided by Prof-UIS, which are Office 2000/XP/2003, and Visual Studio 2005. The ThemeColorizer application includes a set of predefined themes (Luna Blue, Luna Olive, Visual Studio 2005 and more) and also allows you to create the theme that most closely matches your tastes.
Windows Programming Tutorial
This part introduces you to Win32 programming. We will start developing a tiny drawing program and improve upon it as we move through the lessons. At the end of this series, not only will you have a full fledged drawing application but I hope you will have learnt enough of the basics of windows programming to feel right at home.
Windows API Tutorial
The tutorials start with the most basic Windows program, the Windows equivalent of 'Hello World!', Winnie. Then we move on to a more Generic program, which serves as a skeleton for a simple Windows application.
Introduction To Windows Programming
Windows programming is not that difficult once you understand a few key concepts. Sure the code can be intimidating when you first take a look at it, but it makes sense (in a twisted way :) when you understand what's going on and it can actually be quite elegant.
Win32 Programming Tutorial
Sentry Spelling Checker Engine for Windows
The Sentry Spelling-Checker Engine's API provides direct, straightforward calling from C, C++, Visual Basic, VB.NET, C#, Delphi, MFC, and other DLL-enabled applications. Only simple data types (integers and character strings) are used in the API. All the constants, data types, and function prototypes you’ll need are contained within a single include file. The Sentry DLL is self-contained and is not dependent on any other DLLs.
Deploying Windows Server 2003 on HP ProLiants
Maintaining a level of hardware consistency on the desktop side tends to be difficult, but it is considerably easier when it comes to dealing with servers procured for and residing in data centers.
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