Each project type has a number of associated item templates. (See Appendix A for a listing of project templates.) This appendix lists all of the item templates included in VS.NET. (See Chapter 9 for more information on how to add your own templates.)
A source file that defines a class derived from
A source file containing an empty class declaration.
An empty source file.
A source file containing general assembly information. This is where all assembly level attributes are placed.
A .NET application configuration file. This file is named app.config , but at build time, VS.NET copies the file into the startup directory with the name <exename>.exe.config. (This is the name that the .NET Framework expects configuration files to have.)
A source file containing a class to be invoked at setup time. This would be used in a project that implements a custom action for a Setup and Deployment project.
A source file containing a class that derives from
System.ComponentModel.Component. (This enables
integration with the VS.NET design-time environment. See Chapter 7 for more details.)
A source file containing a class derived from
System.Windows.Forms.UserControl. User controls
can be edited using the visual designer.
A source file containing a Windows Forms form and also an associated ...