Review: Windows Forms Programming in C#
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by Teemu Keiski
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Basic Information

The book has 681 pages in 15 chapters and 4 appendixes including the index.


1. Hello, Windows Forms
2. Forms
3. Dialogs
4. Drawing Basics
5. Drawing Text
6. Advanced Drawing
7. Printing
8. Controls
9. Design-Time Integration
10. Resources
11. Applications and Settings
12. Data Sets and Designer Support
13. Data Binding and Data Grids
14. Multithreaded User Interfaces
15. Web Deployment


A. Moving from MFC
B. Delegates and Events
C. Serialization Basics
D. Standard WinForms Components and Controls

The publisher, Addison-Wesley maintains a web site for the book at:{B757E215-0FB4-4EA1-A051-65EE537AE9C7}

The author has also a web site for the book at: where is also a code download and errata located as well as a more detailed table of contents. There are separate downloads for Visual Studio .NET 2002 (.NET Framework 1.0) and Visual Studio .NET 2003 (.NET Framework 1.1). The samples are organized chapter-by-chapter and example-by-example basis and it is easy to follow and navigate them while reading the book though there were some minor issues as I explain in the Cons section.

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