Articles Written by Stephen Fraser

Composite Custom Web Controls in Managed C++

Continuing his series on custom Web control development in Managed C++, Stephen Fraser takes it up a notch by examining the more advanced—and far more powerful—composite custom Web control.

Superclassed Web Controls in Managed C++

Continuing his series on Custom Web Controls in MC++, Stephen Fraser examines the first of the three types of custom Web controls: superclassed. Learn how to add a new property to control and then specify the appropriate attributes for your app interface.

Creating Custom Web Controls in Managed C++, Part 1

Think Managed C++ and ASP.NET Web applications are mutually exclusive? Think again. When it comes to custom Web controls, MC++ is on equal ground with the other .NET languages in the arena of ASP.NET Web applications.

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