How to Use Form Control in C#
Forms Control is an alternative skin tool to the standard Windows Form and provides rounded corners, MDI, and themes support. It is really easy to integrate the Forms control into any other UI Controls. By using the Forms Control, developers can design forms in the same appearance of Microsoft Office. This control can also be used together with any other controls like the Title Bar component in the UI Control suite to create custom appearance for your Windows Forms applications. It is capable of applying the themes predefined in the component and build custom themes as demand.
How to Add Form to WinForms Project
The steps below demonstrate the process of adding the Form control to your Windows Form application or integrating it into a .NET project in C#. To add the Form control to your Windows Forms project, we can use the dialog, add new item, in the Form template or create a standard Windows Form and customize the C# class to Kettic.WinForms.UI.Form. The following sample shows how to create a Form in C# through customizing the C# class of a standard Windows Form.
Changing the base class of a standard Windows Form to RadForm in C#:
How to Apply a Theme to the Form
The following steps show the process of adding the Form control to your Windows Form application. We may need to drag and drop the desired theme component from the toolbox to the form you are designing. The new themes will be available to the Kettic Form.
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