Creating a view on a child frame is a basic action when programming in MFC, but what happens when you want your view to be attached to a popup dialog? This article shows a simple way to make this possible.
This article shows you how you can add an extra touch to the way your dialog pop up on the screen. You learn how to give it "zoom".
Code that allows 'child' dialogs to be added to a 'parent' dialog at run time so that all the controls operated as if they were part of the original dialog.
Demonstrates how to start a worker thread from a dialog, keeping the dialog free while running a busy loop in the background.
Takes you into the internals of Dynamic Data Exchange in terms of what it is, how it works and best of all, how we can improve its functionality and use.
For use when a single control encompasses the entire client area of a dialog - resizes control as dialog is resized