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Custom Controls  
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Explains the basic coding standards for JavaScript coding in Visual WebGui custom client development
Tags: Developers, JavaScript, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Customization, DHTML, v6.4 and Later
27/July/2011    2011/07/27
Tags: Architects, Developers, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Customization, Pre v6.3, v6.3
27/July/2011    2011/07/27
Tags: Architects, Developers, Events, C#, 3. Advanced, Customization, v6.3
27/Oct/2010    2010/10/27
Tags: Architects, Developers, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Customization, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
24/May/2010    2010/05/24
Tags: Architects, Developers, HTML, JavaScript, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Customization, jQuery, v6.4 and Later
26/May/2011    2011/05/26
Visual WebGui allows fast and simple development of Web/Cloud applications while providing flexibility and extensibility to leverage existing 3rd party components. This article shows how to implement a custom control by integration of Aurigma Image Uploader for further usage in Visual WebGui project...
Tags: Architects, Developers, Events, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Customization, v6.4 and Later
08/Nov/2011    2011/11/08
Introduction  
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This video demonstrates how to work with Visual WebGui's sources
Tags: Developers, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
01/Jan/2009    2009/01/01
Tags: Developers, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Customization, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
01/Dec/2010    2010/12/01
In this session we will show you how you could save significant resources by developing Ajax based data-centric applications using productive Visual .NET concepts/tools while adding the jQuery power for creating cool, interactive HTML5 UI's. We will also explain how you could utilize your code to se...
Tags: Architects, CIOs, Developers, Data Binding, Theme, Visual WebGui Pipeline, C#, CSS, HTML, HTML5, Visual Studio, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Customization, Data Binding, Integration, Optimizing Performance, ADO.NET, AJAX, ASP.NET, Cloud, DHTML, HTML5, jQuery, Mobile Devices, Windows Forms, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
24/July/2011    2011/07/24
In this tutorial we will learn how to use Visual WebGui source code instead of the pre-compiled DLLs to developed and to extend Visual WebGui applications and abilities.
Tags: Developers, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Customization, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
02/Jan/2009    2009/01/02
Tags: Architects, CIOs, Developers, Graphic Designers, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
04/Dec/2010    2010/12/04
Knowledge Base  
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Tags: Architects, CIOs, Developers, Graphic Designers, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
04/Dec/2010    2010/12/04
Version 6.2 holds a major change for Visual WebGui (VWG) developers. For the first time Visual WebGui is more than just a project template in Visual Studio it’s fully integrated into Visual Studio. The integration facilitates VWG developer’s interfaces with an easy customization of VWG applications ...
Tags: Developers, 1. Beginner, Integration, Pre v6.3, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced
10/Jan/2008    2008/01/10
Skinnable and Inherited Controls  
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Explains the basic coding standards for JavaScript coding in Visual WebGui custom client development
Tags: Developers, JavaScript, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Customization, DHTML, v6.4 and Later
27/July/2011    2011/07/27
Tags: Architects, Developers, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Customization, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
24/May/2010    2010/05/24
Application Entry Points  
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On various occations it may be necessary to deploy your DHTML Visual WebGui application with different extension than the standard .WGX extension. One such common scenario is when you are deploying to a web-hosting company (like GoDaddy for instance), which is not willing to add the necessary Applic...
Tags: Developers, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, ASP.NET, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later, 3. Advanced
12/May/2011    2011/05/12
ASP.NET  
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Large organizations that make use of SQL server may well also use Reporting Services to create a corporate reporting solution that is accessible across the corporate LAN / WAN. This article shows how to access such a server using the report viewer control.
Tags: Architects, Developers, Wrapper, C#, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Wrapping Controls, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
26/Sep/2010    2010/09/26
Other ...  
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Tags: Architects, Developers, Wrapper, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Silverlight, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
04/Dec/2010    2010/12/04
Tags: Developers, Visual Studio, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
06/Oct/2010    2010/10/06
Tags: Architects, Developers, XML, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
04/Dec/2010    2010/12/04
Tags: Architects, Developers, Non English Cultures, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
02/Dec/2010    2010/12/02
The article describes how to use the debugging panel, migration hints and resource splitting in order to reach full functional equivalency between the original XSLT (WINWEB) version and targeted JQT (.NETHTML5) version.
Tags: Architects, Developers, HTML5, JavaScript, XML, XSLT
28/April/2011    2011/04/28
Tags: Architects, Developers, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Integration, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
04/Dec/2010    2010/12/04
Tags: Architects, Developers, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Silverlight, Pre v6.3, v6.3
13/June/2011    2011/06/13
Tags: Developers, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, v6.4 and Later
11/Dec/2010    2010/12/11