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Remoting with GUIs

, 6 Jun 2005 210.9K 3.5K 203
This article illustrates how remoting is used in a GUI environment. It illustrates how a server can reflect what is happening to a remote object that it controls. The use of synchronous and asynchronous calls is also examined along with code design improvements.
guiexample.zip
guiexample
App.ico
client.exe
Greeter.dll
guiexample.csproj.user
HelloEventArgs.dll
RemoteHello.dll
server.exe

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Frank McCown
Other Harding University
United States United States
Frank McCown is an assistant professor of Computer Science at Harding University (Searcy, Arkansas, USA). His research interests include web crawling, search engines, digital preservation, and web archiving.

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