Although development of Windows Forms stopped two .NET versions ago and was pretty much replaced by WPF, there are still legacy .NET applications around based on Windows Forms. Since mixing WPF and Forms is generally a bad idea, this small article aims to show that dynamic and flexible layouts are still possible and in fact easily achieved in Windows Forms. I will also show you that there are certain hoops that need to be jumped over like .NET bugs.
none, but you can drop me an invite :)
tags.NET asp.net async Behavior bug C# C#5 C++ C++/CX c++11 canvas debugging design DirectX DirectX Tool Kit Extensibility gamification Google HTML5 IIS js KineticJS KZ layout ListBox Metro microsoft xna OAuth OData RestSharp Team Explorer 2012 TFS11 three.js tool vs11 vs11 beta WebGL Windows 8 Windows Forms WinRT wp7 wp8 WPF XAML XNA
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