Developing Custom Controls - Part 1
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by G. Mohyuddin
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Need of a Custom Control

In this article we will examine the need, types and the architecture of custom controls. First of al, you must be aware of your requirement whether or not it really requires a custom control irrespective of the fact you will be able to develop it or not. It might be that the case that can be best handled with user controls. To analyze the need of a custom control you must know what it lacks, if there is some similar control already in the standards controls toolkit. Sometimes you may decide to go for an entirely new control if none of the controls have any functionality that you could inherit. The need of custom controls can be better understood if we learn a little about their types.


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User Comments

Title: Comparing UC vs CC is awesome   
Name: satya
Date: 2010-03-22 11:16:17 PM
Comment:
Differences b/w User controls, Custom controls are explained excellently.
Title: Error Rendering Control   
Name: Luiz Ricardo
Date: 2009-03-27 9:17:41 AM
Comment:
I have "Error rendering control" when I change TextCaseMode or any other enum property at design time.
Did I forget anything?
Title: Good   
Name: Raju
Date: 2009-03-23 6:29:02 AM
Comment:
At design time,if I change the property it will show
error rendering control
Title: Looks promising   
Name: JP
Date: 2008-12-10 5:56:38 AM
Comment:
reusable in true sense!
Title: Testing   
Name: Tester
Date: 2008-12-10 5:40:56 AM
Comment:
Really good
Title: Good show !   
Name: Ananth
Date: 2008-06-09 3:56:36 PM
Comment:
Nice and Neat !!
Title: Really Intresting   
Name: Uzair Aziz
Date: 2008-03-14 8:58:48 AM
Comment:
It is really helpful and easy to understand for me.now i can develop other custom controls.

Tnank you so much.....
Title: thanks   
Name: ngocthom
Date: 2008-01-09 10:58:04 PM
Comment:
thanks so much for your supply, it is very useful






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