Going on to design a dockable panel, discover some very interesting techniques, such as hooking the mouse and how to debug an application in such cases. Learn to unpin a docked panel so it slides to the border of the main application.
Articles Written by Johann Schwarz
Learn how to create more advanced docking features, such as docking to the upper right corner or having some panels docked at the bottom of an MDI Form collected together in a TabControl. Each of the different parts include the full source code (up to that point), as well as a retrospective short explanation about the different topics covered already.
Learn how to size a docked Panel and how to undock it again as well as which actions are needed to prepare the more advanced docking actions.
This is the 4th part of a series of articles about how to design DockingForms using a DockingManager written in C#.
Continue your study of how to create your own dockable Forms.
Learn how to get a borderless Form to move around on the screen by capturing it with the mouse and dragging it, and to be able to resize the form, the same way as a normal sizeable Form can be sized by dragging its edges.