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Project Notebook - Databinding Demo

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Submitted on: 1/1/2015 9:04:00 PM
By: John Shedletsky (from psc cd)  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 3 Users
Compatibility: C#
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     Professional programmers in the industry use serious project management software tools to coordinate development efforts. This is not one of those tools. Of course, it won't put you back several thousand dollars either. The main value to be had here is that Project Notebook is an excellent demonstration of data-binding in C# (something I was unable to find elsewhere). DataGrids, DataSets, Listboxes, Combo Boxes, Edit controls are all wired up together with very little explicitely-written code. Data is persisted as XML using a schema built in the .NET GUI. While all this database-related stuff is kind of dull - this is exactly the kind of thing that you would want to know about if you were writting any editting tools for game development.

 
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6/8/2019 11:37:01 AMDavid

Code doesn't run under vs2019 C#
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