Windows Forms UI

  • Rockford Lhotka


Up to this point, we’ve been focused on the server side of our application, because we’ve designed and created objects and business logic. Now let’s shift gears and look at how we can create a user interface based on our business objects. In this chapter, we’ll build a Windows Forms interface.


Project Object Business Object Data Portal Context Menu Resource Object 
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