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Visual studio Toolkits

  1. 1. VISUAL STUDIO 2010 BINO MATHEW VARGHESE binomathewvarghese@gmail.com
  2. 2. VISUAL STUDIO 2010 • Microsoft Visual Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft. • It is used to develop computer programs for Microsoft Windows, as well as web sites, web applications and web services . • Visual Studio supports different programming languages such as C, C++, VB.NET, C# and F#. It also supports XML, HTML, JavaScript and CSS. • There are different tools to develop applications in VS and we can use the drag and drop method.
  3. 3. IMPORTANT TOOLS • Buttons • Button control allows the user to click it to perform an action. • The Button control can display text. When the button is clicked, it looks as if it is being pushed in and released. • We can use the button tool for Ok, Submit, Register, Save etc and give different colors and styles to the button.
  4. 4. TEXTBOX • Text boxes are used to get input from the user or to display text. • Text boxes can display multiple lines and add basic formatting like password mode, multiline mode etc .
  5. 5. BULLETED LIST • This is used to give lists with a bullet. • It have a special ID. • We can customize with different styles like background color, border color, frames etc.
  6. 6. CALENDAR • It can be used to display dates for the user to select from, and also as a list of events within an organization. • In this we can select a particular date, month and when we move cursor on a particular it will display it like a pop up.
  7. 7. CHECK BOX • Check Box control indicates whether a particular condition is on or off. It is commonly used to present a Yes/No or True/False selection to the user. • A check box may be connected to elements in a database using simple data binding.
  8. 8. CHECK BOX LIST • This allow to select more than one items. • In this we can add different lists in one panel and we can select any one of it. • A check box list may be connected to elements in a database using simple data binding.
  9. 9. LIST BOX • Represents a Windows control to display a list of items. • In this we can add different lists in one panel and we can select any one of it. • A list box list may be connected to elements in a database using simple data binding.
  10. 10. LINK BUTTON • This allow people to provide link to any webpages. • When we click this link button we are redirected to the link given in the button.
  11. 11. DROP DOWN LIST • This allow to add a drop down menu in our webpage and we can select it. • We can add any number of list in this and we can connected to elements in a database using simple data binding.
  12. 12. FILE UPLOAD • By using this tool we can upload an type of file to our webpage. • The uploaded file can save to database by using a button.
  13. 13. HYPER LINK • This allow people to provide link to any pages in their project. • When we click this button we are redirected to the link given in the button. • We can give any text to this hyper link button.
  14. 14. LABEL • Label controls are used to display text or images that cannot be edited by the user. • They are used to identify objects on a form to provide a description of what a certain control will do if clicked.
  15. 15. IMAGE & IMAGE BUTTON • The image is a control that is used to host an image and it has no events like click event. • Image Button is the same as normal button, the different here is that it can display an icon or image instead of a just only text
  16. 16. RADIO BUTTON & RADIO BUTTON LIST • The Radio Button control and the Radio Button List control enable users to select from a small set of predefined choices. • The difference between them is if there are many radio button choices we can select all but in case of radio button list we can only select one.
  17. 17. PANEL • Panel controls are used to group other controls. • There are three reasons to group controls. • One is visual grouping of related form elements for a clear user interface; another is programmatic grouping, of radio buttons for example; the last is for moving the controls as a unit at design time.
  18. 18. PLACE HOLDER • The Placeholder Web server control enables you to place an empty container control within the page and then dynamically add, remove, or loop through child elements at run time. The control only renders its child elements. • As an example, you might want to have a variable number of buttons appear on a Web page, depending on options selected by users.
  19. 19. VALIDATIONS • Compare validator • Custom validator • Range validator • Regular expression validator • Required field validator
  20. 20. • Compare validator • This is used to compare user inputs, for example password confirmation. • Custom validator • This helps you to add a custom validation to our webpage, for example specific numbers.
  21. 21. • Required field validator • This show an error message when we skip a text box that have required field validator. • Range validator • Range validator test if the value of a data entry control is inside a specified range of values.
  22. 22. • Regular expression validator • Regular Expression Validator is to validate the data entered by the user.
  23. 23. THANKYOU

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