Windows Forms is the managed wrapper for Win32 objects. .Net user interface
systems have been based on the principles first seen in the earlier versions of
Windows. Although the windows handles and event systems were hidden behind
Control objects and delegates, the essential functioning was always managed
by the underlying unmanaged system.
Windows Forms simplified the development of applications, provided an advanced,
object oriented method for managing the screen regions and introduced the use of
delegates instead of unweildy case switch statements for event handling.
This FAQ style list of articles contains many useful examples of both common and
esoteric use cases. Enjoy!
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