Chapter 4. Introduction to Windows Forms—Designers and Code Editor by Example
In this chapter:
Apart from what you need for debugging, the two basic tools for developing Windows Forms applications (also known as “Smart Clients”) are the Forms Designer and the Code Editor.
There are two approaches when trying to explain the important tools of a development environment: a theoretical approach, and a practical one. The theoretical approach gives you a quick overview as to what possibilities each tool offers, but it doesn’t teach you how to use the tools. The practical approach offers many more advantages. Keep in mind as you proceed that as a developer ...