Programming Windows: Hello, .NET Framework and Windows Forms (Premium)

While most of Microsoft’s public .NET pronouncements involved web services, .NET also brought a major upgrade to Windows app development: the .NET Framework and its Windows Forms class libraries and Visual Studio.NET integration. Here, we’ll examine some of those advances.

As you may recall, the Windows API (Win32) was a flat, unorganized collection of many thousands of confusing C-based...

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