One of the main characteristics of the form.suite4.net is its flexible architecture which allows you to modify your forms at runtime without any recompilation of the Assembly.
It provides programmatic tools which are able to load project elements dynamically just by reading the contents of a project file. Once you are satisfied with the changes made to a project using the form.suite4.net designer, simply deploy the updated project file to the production server. The next time the assembler accesses the project file the updated elements will be displayed the way you defined them in the form.suite4.net application.
The form.suite4.net import facility allows you to import Visual Basic or C# V isual Studio projects and convert the forms contained it into ASP.NET pages and user controls. All form styles are preserved.
The ASP.NET converter supports the following Windows Forms controls:
TabControl with TabPages
If you are using other controls in your form, form.suite4.net assists you to transform each control into a supported control with one mouse click in the Form Designer.
Once the files have been written to the designated output directory, you can either import them into an existing ASP.NET project or create a new one using Internet Information Services (IIS) manager or Visual Studio .NET. Compile them, preview the output in the browser and make any necessary changes and extensions to the generated aspx and ascx files as you see fit.
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What's New in Form.Suite4.Net 1.5
Release notes are not available currently.
No additional system requirements.