Examples

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AnchorLayouts: Show you how the AnchorLayout works.

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AutoCompletion: How to customize a ComboBox to add auto-completion.

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Bixes: A new layout manager.

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BouncingBalls: How to make a game-loop.

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BoxLayouts: It shows you how the BoxLayout works.

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Buttons: Basic button controls (Button, CheckBox, RadioButton, and ToggleButton).

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ColoredButton: How to use the CustomButton class.

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ComboBoxes: How to use the ComboBox widget.

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Commands: How to handle Commands and the is-enabled state in MenuItems and ToolBars.

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DataGrids: This could be a common widget of Vaca in the near future.

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EditableListBox: A ListBox which you can edit its items.

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Edits: Text fields.

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EyeDropper: Gets colors from the screen.

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FontMetrics: How to use the Font class.

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FreeOfLayout: How to avoid to use the Layout manager.

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Hashing: Calculates MD5 and SHA1 of dropped files. Uses ListView control and system image list.

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HelloWorld: Show you a simple LinkLabel.

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Images: Loads a bitmap from resources, and creates a image from scratch.

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Labels: Different kinds of labels.

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LikeScript: How to program without specializing Vaca classes.

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Maths: How to use automatic double-buffering and hot-tracking elements.

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MenuResource: How to load a menu from resources.

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MiniExplorer: How to use the TreeView and system image list to make an explorer for Windows namespace.

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Paths: Shows how to use the GraphicsPath, Pen, and Brush classes.

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Primitives: Graphics primitives (line, rectangle, ellipse, arc, pie, chord).

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ProgressBars: How to use progress bars using the pumpMessageQueue.

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Regions: How to use the new Region class to handle HRGNs.

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Scribble: A simple program to paint scribbles.

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Sliders: Shows you how to use sliders, and how to make some fancy connections. A Slider is known on Windows as a Track Bar control.

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Spinners: Shows you how to use SpinButtons and Spinners. Spinners are a combination between an Edit and a SpinButton widget. A SpinButton is known on Windows as a Up-Down control.

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Sudoku: The Sudoku game.

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SystemImageList: A ListView with big icons of the system image list.

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Tabs: How to use a TabBase widget.

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TextEditor: A basic MDI text editor (multiple-views, open/save, find/replace).

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Threads: How to use a message queue per thread.

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ToolBars: Show you how to use the defaults Vaca tool bars.

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Trees: Shows you the Win32 Tree-View control with customized node's behavior.

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Undo: How to use Commands and maintain a list of documents in a Menu.

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WebCam: How to specialize the createHWND method.

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