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DHTML and .NET: Host Secure, Lightweight Client-Side Controls in Microsoft Internet Explorer

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

In the past, Web developers often used ActiveX controls if they wanted customized client-side functionality incorporated into their Web applications. Now, they can build objects supported by the Microsoft .NET Framework which are more compact, lightweight, secure, and seamlessly integrated. By hosting .NET Windows Forms controls in Internet Explorer, developers can realize many of their client-side Web development goals. This article adapts ActiveX concepts for use with Windows Forms, and builds a multifile upload application that demonstrates these techniques.

Jay Allen

MSDN Magazine January 2002




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