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Converting Windows Form into Web Form

Hi All
Can we convert Windows Forms into Web Forms and/or vise versa?
I have heard that this is possible through some third party tool, i m
not sure.
if yes then how much it will cost,
i mean,
what if my Windows Form contains few codes related to Threads then will

it also be there when the form will be converted into Web Form?
what if it only contains Database based codes then will it be converted

completely?
Ofcourse there would be certain loss of those properties of the
controls which are not in Web Forms
the topic requires a detailed discussion,ofcourse.
Regards
Thanks

Jul 21 '05 #1
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> Can we convert Windows Forms into Web Forms and/or vise versa?
I have heard that this is possible through some third party tool, i m
not sure.

I think you want a Smart Client.
Web forms are actually dynamic created HTML code to be viewed in a browser.
The customer does not need the .NET framework installed.

Smart clients are executables stored on a server that gets downloaded and
executed on your local computer, but the user must have the .NET framework
installed.

Converting Windows forms to Web forms is complicated and probably a complete
different design.

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http://www.skyscan.be
Jul 21 '05 #2

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