GDI+ Application Custom Controls with Visual C# 2005

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  • Understand the basics of custom controls
  • Use GDI+ to draw your own controls
  • Implement double buffering to speed up your forms
  • Add printing functionality to your custom controls
  • Handle the mouse events to improve the user experience
  • Offer design-time support for programmers using your control
  • Design intuitive interfaces for your users
  • Learn about custom controls and the GDI+
  • Walks through great examples like PieChart control
  • Customize and develop your own controls
Page Count 276
Course Length 8 hours 16 minutes
ISBN 9781904811602
Date Of Publication 9 Jul 2006


Adam Ward

Adam Ward works for a communications technology company in Derby, England. Adam excels in experimental programming techniques and has a particular interest in high-speed algorithms and graphical methods. His professional work is based in a varied Research and Development environment and he thrives on tasks requiring innovation, skill, and fine-tuning. He has also been involved in experimental coding collaborations showcasing the power of C#. Away from work, Adam is turning his attentions to Linux systems and especially cross-platform programming under .NET-compatible systems.

Dragos Brezoi

Dragos Brezoi started programming to create an application for processing and adding extra effects to his guitar's sound. Several years after, he got a Masters Degree in Computer Science from the Politehnica University of Bucharest, and is now researching for a Ph.D. in Advanced Automatics. Dragos currently works as a programmer for Mikon Systems, developing industrial software. His skills cover a wide area of specialization from PLC and DSP programming to SCADA, OPC, and DCS solutions. At this moment he is creating professional human-machine interfaces, with a focus on developing advanced custom controls with C#.

Iulian Serban

Iulian Serban is a software architect who started programming at a very young age. He evolved through a lot of programming languages including Pascal, Delphi, C++ Builder, Visual C++ with MFC and finally .NET and C #. By the age of 17 he started working for Syncfusion, one of the largest .NET control builders in the US, writing code for professional custom controls. Nowadays he devotes most of his spare time to his own IT business, which is set to release significant software projects soon.

Tiberiu Radu

Tiberiu Radu has been working with computers for over 10 years now, programming in a wide range of languages including Pascal, C/C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, and C#. As a Microsoft Student Partner in the Microsoft Academic Program, he's devoting a lot of time to many .NET-related technologies. Tiberiu is in the last year of studies with the Automatic Control and Computers Faculty of the Politehnica University of Bucharest. While researching for his own IT security business, he developed skills in embedded programming and new web technologies, and is seeking new and innovating networking security solutions.