• Highlights

  • Letting WinForms and WPF controls coexist

    It is possible to leave WinForms applications intact and still add the eye candy of WPF, Brian Noyes of IDesign explained at Tech Ed 2007.

  • SharePoint 2007 presents ups, downs to developers

    SharePoint 2007 promises robust content and process management. Designing the UI for these data-driven apps is easy, but developers may still struggle to write the underlying code.

  • Using 2007 Office System Tools for Visual Studio 2005

    Visual Studio 2005 now sports a set of tools for the 2007 Microsoft Office System. Ed Tittel takes a look at the tools that are available and what can be done with them.

  • Vista Series: Windows Presentation Foundation

    Vista may be on the horizon but it's inching nearer to your IDE each day. As a savvy developer, you know to start preparing now and we're here to help. We begin this 3-part series with the new graphical subsystem called Windows Presentation Foundation...

  • WinForms Controls Mini-Guide

    Microsoft is hosting a series of 10 WinForms Controls video tutorials created by www.learnvisualstudio.net. A wide variety of topics are covered such as playing audio, button effects and events, interacting with common Windows dialog controls, resizing...

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