The wyDay blog is where you find all the latest news and tips about our existing products and new products to come.
For the next 7 Days Ill be giving 7 C# & .NET tips to make your Windows application look like it was built for Vista and Windows 7. All of these tips are used in our products (wyBuild, wyUpdate, and LimeLM) and they range from the simple one-liner, free open source controls, and to the advanced tip.
And since wyBuild, wyUpdate, and LimeLM are all compatible with Windows 2000 through Windows 7 all of these tips will be backward compatible.
Day 1: Windows Vista & 7 Font, Segoe UI, in C# and VB.NET Day 2: Making the menus in your .NET app look professional Day 3: Windows 7 Progress Bar in .NET Day 4: Drag & drop icons in .NET Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7 Day 5: Shield icons, UAC, and process elevation in .NET on Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7 Day 6: Windows Vista and Windows 7 .NET Controls Every possible one you could ever want Day 7: Finishing touches: Make your .NET app shine with professionalism
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Your blog is wonderful and quite useful. Keep posting the visual basic related blogposts more..
I love .net. I started using from VB5.0 with windows NT operating system. I like the way VS 6 designed. Though the recent VS 2010 is much useful with all features, I still love visual studio 6.0.
Thank you so much for a great blog post.
It's my pleasure — I'm glad you found it useful.
Man! It's awesome, keep on posting tutorials, tips and tricks like this. Always checking it for updates. :)
Glad to hear you like it, Chris.