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Using Windows Application on web

, 29 May 2006
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This article gives you brief idea of how to run your windows application web


This article will helps you to run Windows Application on Web


                Try to use the Microsoft windows control, Avoid third party control.

                Because we are going to use the same control on web


Reduces the coding time and resource needed for web

Bring the desktop to your web


Develop a windows application .For developing weather you can use windows controls

are third party control that’s not a matter.

Process:  "New Project "  select Visual C# Project  and select windows application  and

name the project as  'WindowsTOWeb' and click open (Ref :Figure 1)

Sample screenshot

           3. When you run the form the form will look like this in windows (Ref: Figure 3)

Sample screenshot          


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Web Developer
United States United States
I am Prabakar working as Software Engineer .I had been working in Microsoft Platform for the past 3+ years.I have also completed MCP.

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