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Use the ApplicationContext Class to Fully Encapsulate Splash Screen Functionality

, 2 Jan 2004
This isn't an example on how to create a splash screen for your app. This article explains a clean way to encapsulate splash screen functionality into an inherited ApplicationContext class. This article also shows in detail what happens behind the scenes when a WinForm app starts.

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1 - publicly available No 3-Jan-04 0:00 Available Smitha Vijayan

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I have been a professional developer since 1996. My experience comes from many different industries; Data Mining Software, Consulting, E-Commerce, Wholesale Operations, Clinical Software, Insurance, Energy.
 
I started programming in the military, trying to find better ways to analyze database data, eventually automating my entire job. Later, in college, I automated my way out of another job. This gave me the great idea to switch majors to the only thing that seemed natural…Programming!
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