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Getting into the DetailsCustom Controlling and the Print Controller in GDI+  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 34  |  Today: 0Author: Dinesh Beniwal      Rating:  
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In this article I will explain about Custom Controlling and the Print Controller in GDI+.

Custom Controlling and the Print Controller in GDI+

At this point you must feel like a printer master and have the confidence you need to write a printing application. We have covered almost every aspect of printing in .NET, but guess what! There are still a few surprises hidden in System.Drawing.Printing. You will probably never use the classes that we're going to discuss in this section, but...

MIME Types  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 38  |  Today: 0Author: Puran Mehra      Rating:  
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MIME stands for "Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions." It is a standard way of classifying file types on the Internet. By specifying a MIME type, application can easily identify the type of file and can extract more information and attributes about a file. Here are some useful links to Web resources that provides information about MIME types:...

Managing the State of a Graphics Object  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 24  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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The Graphics class is at the heart of GDI+. To draw anything, you obtain a Graphics object, set its properties, and call its methods DrawLine, DrawImage, DrawString, and the like)....

A VB.NET Fluid Effect Image box  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Even VB.NET users should be able to have awesome effects. There are many fluid effect routines out there, most in C. This is a VB.NET port of the C# implementation. I've also opened up a few more properties so you can have greater control over the effect programatically. You can make some really neat looks by fiddling with the parameters - make your image appear to be rubber, or under an oil surface, or use regular old water physics. Just check out the sample app and the documentation in the cod...

Form Designer  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 48  |  Today: 0Author: DaveShep      Rating:  
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If like me, you may have come across the situation where users of your product need to extend or customise the standard functionality provided by your application straight out of the box. For example, a database application may provide tools which allow users to create their own forms for viewing or entering data rather than having to go through the standard table view. Another example would be an installation package which allows each of the installation screens to be customised to suit virtual...

Introduction to the Specification Design Pattern     
Total Hits: 89  |  Today: 0Author: daltonr      Rating:  
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This is the first in a four part series of articles on the Specification Design Pattern.

* Part 1 - An Introduction to the Specification Design Pattern
* Part 2 - A simple implementation of the pattern in VB.NET
* Part 3 - A Generic Specification with operator overloading
* Part 4 - Using the Generic Specification...

.NET Event Handling using the Template Method Design Pattern     
Total Hits: 255  |  Today: 0Author: Kevin McFarlane.      Rating:  
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Microsoft .NET event handling, in common with typical object-oriented frameworks, is implemented using the well-known Observer design pattern. (See the book, Design Patterns, by Gamma et al., Addison-Wesley, 1995, pp325-330). This article describes how to enhance .NET event handling with the Template Method design pattern. The discussion and code snippets are in C# but the summary sample is implemented in both C# and Visual Basic .NET....

Chart Success: GDI+ Graphics At Work. Part 2     
Total Hits: 293  |  Today: 0Author: Ged Mead      Rating:  
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In Part 1 we created a Pie Chart by drawing directly on to the surface of the form using the form’s Graphics object. In this article, we are going to create a Bar Chart, again based on some notional sample data - sales figures from six European countries. However, this time we will draw the Bar Chart inside a PictureBox control....

Getting system supported colors.     
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This article is about how you can get the color supported by your system and how can use that color to set the color of any control. Along with you can generate random color to use in your application. Steps you will do.Start visual studio and create a new window application. Set the following properties of the form object....

Working with Polygon, Ellipse, Arc, and Bezier in VB.Net using System.Drawing.Graphics     
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In this simple article you will learn that how you can draw Polygon, Ellipse, Arc, and Bezier using System.Drawing.Drawing2D.GraphicsPath which follows your mouse. Create New Project of windows application in VB and drag two labels and a timer on form....

How to make System Try Animated Icons and Text of your Application Form in VB.Net     
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This tip will show you how you can make animated icon, animated system tray icon and animated text of form title. Create a VB.net Application then drag a timer control, Notify icon and three buttons on your form....

Non-Destructive Media Edits     
Total Hits: 164  |  Today: 0Author: Arian Kulp      Rating:  
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For this column, I decided to implement something I've seen a need for before, but never taken the next step to actually create. If you have audio and video files on your computer (and who doesn't these days!), perhaps there are sections of those files that you don't care for as much. It could be commercials in a Windows XP Media Center Edition recorded TV file, or explicit lyrics in a song. For some files you can edit the files in a program such as Windows Movie Maker or various audio editing u...

MP3 Playlists with Visual Basic .NET     
Total Hits: 167  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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Although it's been several months since the slammer virus hit SQL Server installations, we'd like to offer a public service announcement for anyone who hasn't patched their machine yet. PATCH YOUR MACHINE NOW! We found out the hard way that it can hit any machine that runs SQL Server and is attached to the network. You might not notice any symptoms at first—we thought that our network router had gone bad because no one could get a lease from the DHCP feature on it. It turns out that the outgoing...

Rich Design Time Featured TreeList Control     
Total Hits: 390  |  Today: 0Author: Nick Waelti      Rating:  
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A Tree like component with rich design time features. There are actually several reasons that made me start doing this, there are almost no tree control samples available out there. Nothing for VB.NET. Secondly, there are almost no examples of rich time design support for collection of controls and
I needed a tree with various image sizes (for a DVD collection), I hated to not be able to show PNG images correctly within a tree. Lastly, I wanted to go deep into a control. I'm not saying my art...

CNC Graphical Backplotter  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 34  |  Today: 0Author: Jason Titcomb      Rating:  
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This program will process and graphically display CNC code. This plain text code is used by machine tools to cut metal and other materials. Wikipedia has information on CNC if you are not familiar with it. A CNC Programmer would use this type of program to verify code (G-code) before sending it to a machine to cut a part....

Using LinearGradientBrush and PathGradientBrush in GDI+  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 17  |  Today: 0Author: Dinesh Beniwal      Rating:  
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Listing 12.6 uses LinearGradientBrush and PathGradientBrush to fill a rectangle and a path. First we create a linear gradient brush and a graphics path, and we add ellipses to the graphics path....

Understanding the SetStyle Method in GDI+  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Windows Forms and controls provide built-in support for double buffering, and the SetStyle method of the Control class plays a vital role in this process. Before we discuss how to use SetStyle, let's take a look at this method and its members....

Drawing in Windows 101  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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# All drawing is done in a DC (Device Context)!

A DC is basically some area in memory (in RAM or in video RAM) where Windows is prepared to draw. Each DC has attributes, such as what font is selected into the DC, what color pen will be used for drawing, what brush (a small bitmap) will be used to fill in large areas, etc. There are many more attributes than this, such as the clipping area, viewport, mapmode, etc. If you stick with working with just pixels, then a number of attributes need...

How to: Use the MessageWindow Class  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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The .NET Compact Framework provides the MessageWindow and Message classes to generate and receive Windows-based messages. The MessageWindow class creates a window in native code with a handle to your form and performs the required platform invoke calls to native Windows functions. The MessageWindow class is available only in the .NET Compact Framework....

Play and Visualize WAV Files using Managed Direct Sound with VB.NET  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 82  |  Today: 0Author: ENO      Rating:  
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As a VB.NET developer, I must admit that it is difficult getting decent code for DirectSound on the internet. Most of the examples are either in cryptic C/C++ or in C# (a close relation to VB.NET). The benefit of the latter is that it uses the familiar .NET Framework.

This tutorial takes you through the process of creating a simple utility application which will display and play a WAV file or portions of it as selected from a simple user interface....


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