Free Preview: Programming Windows in .NET

Old School Windows

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Old School Windows

Windows development used to be all code; we’ll take just a brief look at that style of programming.

1.Introduction
3 lessons, 34:49

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1.1
Introduction
02:08

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1.2
Old School Windows
19:17

1.3
Modern Windows Development
13:24

2.Getting Started
2 lessons, 14:06

2.1
Alt-HotKeys and Docking
05:48

2.2
Filling out the Menus
08:18

3.Building the UI
6 lessons, 1:47:09

3.1
The File Menu: Part 1
15:19

3.2
The File Menu: Part 2
14:20

3.3
Writing and Using a Custom Control
23:59

3.4
The Format Menu and Persisting Settings
20:57

3.5
The View Menu
20:57

3.6
The Help Menu
11:37

4.Writing the App
5 lessons, 1:28:31

4.1
Undo, Cut, Copy, Delete, and Custom Events
32:13

4.2
Paste and Timers
04:28

4.3
Find
22:36

4.4
Replace
19:50

4.5
Finishing the Edit Menu
09:24

5.The Edit Menu and Course Conclusion
1 lesson, 12:57

5.1
Making Code Modular
12:57


About Jeremy McPeak
I started my development career on the client-side writing JavaScript and DHTML components in my spare time. In 2005, Nicholas C. Zakas asked me to join him in writing the first edition of Professional Ajax for Wiley Publishing. Since Professional Ajax, 1st Edition, I've been blessed to take part in other book projects: Professional Ajax 2nd Edition, and Beginning JavaScript 3rd and 4th editions.
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