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ContainerListView and TreeListView: Writing VS.NET design-surface compatible controls

, 13 Jan 2003
Learn how to properly integrate your custom .NET control into the Visual Studio .NET design environment with TypeConverters and UITypeEditors. The article includes two useful controls, a container ListView, and a complete, feature-loaded TreeListView.
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Jon Rista
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United States United States
Jon Rista has been programming since the age of 8 (first Pascal program), and has been a programmer since the age of 10 (first practical program). In the last 21 years, he has learned to love C++, embrace object orientation, and finally enjoy the freedom of C#. He knows over 10 programming languages, and vows that his most important skill in programming is creativity, even more so than logic. Jon works on large-scale enterprise systems design and implementation, and employs Design Patterns, C#, .NET, and SQL Server in his daily doings.

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