You've learned how to render graphics with GDI+ and ASP.NET. Take the next step and learn how to dynamically update images with AJAX.
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With Part 3, we add shapes like hearts, rounded rectangles, spirals, stars. We also experiment with different brushes to fill our shapes more nicely.
Web forms do not have a canvas, so you can't ask a Web form for its Graphics object. But, you can simulate this behavior by rendering graphics in ASP.NET—with some help from GDI+.
Given an image and a quadralateral, Aaform will fit the image onto the quadraleteral passed using geometry.
Rotate images using geometry.
Want to create non-rectilinear controls for custom Windows software development? Learn how to convert a custom three-dimensional shape primitive into a shaped control with .NET and GDI+.
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Learn how to use a for loop to loop through all of the images found on a web page and save them via the DownloadFile method of the WebClient object.
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