C# Tutorial “Windows Forms” Programming Tutorial NET

This tutorial is aimed at beginners so don’t get too excited. It will run you through the basics of getting a windows form up and running with some basic form control manipulation.

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109colorado says:

Awesome!!!

Ryan Krage says:

I tried to use this so that when an item in a ListView was activated it would update the label to the text of a SubItem (using label1.Text = ListViewSubItem0.Text; ) but I got an error saying that ‘ListViewSubItem0 does not exist in the current context’. Why doesn’t it work?

John Wilson says:

My goodness. Thank You so much.

treasure2387 says:

File > New Project > Windows Form Application

mhine7536 says:

hello… im just asking what are codes in voting system where you cannot vote twice.. and your next vote will be on next election.. is it with the use of timer??? thanks to those who will response… 

Morar Marian Dan says:

Thx, i found this useful!

wonkydonki says:

Thanks for the IDE tips especially using the lightning bolt to access the controls. The video was quite helpful.

Sean Duxbury says:

Cheers this was very helpfull

Leonel Pedroza says:

thank you

treasure2387 says:

File > New Project > Windows Form Application

runefinal says:

Hey, thanks!
You’re good at explaining things.

treasure2387 says:

Windows is an event driven system
Whenever you do something it fires up a bunch of events
The events are listened to by an event handler and will perform some tasks

On the left side of Visual studio you have a toolbox tab that allows you to insert Forms into your window
Forms can be:Controls,Containers,Menus and toolbars,Data and etc.

On the right hand side of Visual studio you have a tab that allows you to modify properties and to create and modify Events

treasure2387 says:

Windows is an event driven system
Whenever you do something it fires up a bunch of events
The events are listened to by an event handler and will perform some tasks

On the left side of Visual studio you have a toolbox tab that allows you to insert Forms into your window
Forms can be:Controls,Containers,Menus and toolbars,Data and etc.

On the right hand side of Visual studio you have a tab that allows you to modify properties and to create and modify Events

Uzair Zubayri says:

as if by magic Lol

Braulio Jose Cespedes Acosta says:

Thank you.!!

Carol Wagner says:

What about using System.Windows.Forms by hand? I mean typing code, not moving stuff here and there?

Soro nemus says:

Great Guide!

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