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Even More Windows Secrets for Visual Basic .NET

  • February 10, 2003
  • By Karl Moore
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Introduction

Welcome to the third and final Windows Secrets article!

I'm Karl Moore, and today we're taking a sneak peak at even more Windows application tips and tricks adapted from my soon-to-be-released book, VB.NET and ASP.NET Secrets.

In this article, we'll be covering:

  • How to 'Reset' a Form
  • The Facts on Visual Inheritance
  • Secrets of Working with the System Tray
  • Best of All Worlds: Creating an Ultra-Thin Client

But, hold on a minute. Didn't I just say this was the final article? Well, thankfully, the end isn't quite nigh.

This is a twelve-part series, split into a bundle of categories which will focus on Windows applications (three parts), ASP.NET (five parts), data (three parts), and Web service secrets (figure this one out yourself). That means that next week we'll be looking at a bundle of ASP.NET adaptations from my new book. But that's for another article.

For now, are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin...





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