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Cool XmlSerializer Features
Tim Ewald is back to blogging with a great new article: XmlSerializer sans XSD. After recently playing with the XML Serialization attributes on classes for a project in InfoPath, this article hits perfectly to show you how to create classes based on an existing XML File. For my project in InfoPath I pretty much worked the opposite way and created a class with the attributes to be serialized down through a web service. The Invoicing sample with the InfoPath SDK gives a great example of this. I was ......

Posted On Monday, June 28, 2004 4:39 PM

MenuStrip & ToolStrip
After watching Joe Stegman's DEV260 overview of Windows Forms “2.0” I was fascinated by the new MenuStrip and ToolStrip controls. I love the fact that MS is giving us access to controls that will have a very similar look and feel, by default, to the current MS applications. What's even better is these new strips can use a custom renderer to create your own look and feel. That means when Office comes out we'll immeidately be able to update our own look and feel to match the new ......

Posted On Friday, June 11, 2004 10:31 AM

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