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From Berin Loritsch <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Re: What are .NET capabilities?
Date Thu, 31 Jul 2003 21:20:54 GMT
hammett wrote:

> Berin, are you trying to bring up distictions of run-time and desing-time?
> The component model namespace deals with it.

No, I'm fairly ignorant of the .NET API and I am trying to come up to speed
as quickly as possible so that we don't have to rethink things that have
already been done well enough.

> 
> "An important feature of components in the .NET Framework is that they are
> designable, which means that a class that is a component can be used in a
> rapid application development (RAD) environment such as Visual Studio .NET.
> A component can be added to the toolbox of Visual Studio .NET, can be
> dragged and dropped onto a form, and can be manipulated on a design surface.
> Note that base design-time support for IComponent types is built into the
> .NET Framework; a component developer does not have to do any additional
> work to take advantage of the base design-time functionality."
> 
> 
>>Anyway, we may just as well be barking up the wrong tree with these.
> 
> 
> I bet so  :-)
> 
> hammett
> 
> 
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