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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

Introduction

This article will helps you to run Windows Application on Web

Note:

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

                Because we are going to use the same control on web

Advantages:

Reduces the coding time and resource needed for web

Bring the desktop to your web

Requirement:

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

are third party control that’s not a matter.

Process:

1.open  "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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as_prabahar
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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Questionneed help for do this procedure.doubt on 10th and 11th steps. Pin
Alexisraj29-Sep-08 23:43
memberAlexisraj29-Sep-08 23:43 

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