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Can a custom control DLL develped in C# be used in any .NET project e.g.

Also, any ideas on the best ways to share GUI controls among both Web Forms
and Windows Forms app? i.e. is there any way to avoid having to develop the
same control twice, one for Windows and one for Web?

Greg McPherran
Feb 4 '06 #1
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1) Yes a C# control can be used within any other .NET language project.
2) Web and winforms render completely different so it would be best if you
stuck with 2 different controls.

Brian Patterson

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Can a custom control DLL develped in C# be used in any .NET project e.g.

Also, any ideas on the best ways to share GUI controls among both Web
and Windows Forms app? i.e. is there any way to avoid having to develop
same control twice, one for Windows and one for Web?

Greg McPherran

Feb 4 '06 #2

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