Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Class Designer Overview

Thom Robbins - Introducing The Class Designer

Thom has created a short, but very nice and informative, video demonstration of Class Designer. For those people who have been under a rock for the past year, Class Designer allows you a visual representation of your class objects, and allows you to make changes to methods and properties in the designer window, with the changes being automatically reflected in the code. Cool stuff.

Thom covers all the basics, including creating a new class using the designer, adding and modifying methods and properties, adding existing classes to a class designer window, and showing how changes made in Class Designer reflect in the code. And he does it all in about 5 minutes, without overwhelming you with information.

Like I said, check it out.


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