Deliver a complete, feature rich form designer application with unbelievably small amount of code with this control. Let application user reconfigure the layout of controls on your forms at runtime.
Store/restore layout in binary or XML formats.
VLViewPort 1.0 Cramped for space on your forms? You don't have use multiple forms or tabs,
use VLViewPort, get scrollable viewport with auto scrolling ability. A
classic example of our minimal plumbing control philosophy.
VLMenuPlus 5.0 Add stunning looks to your application menus. Customize menu colors, highlight styles (includes Office 2003 and Office XP style), menu border style. Use unicode for menu captions, add menu item bitmaps, menu background bitmaps, show menu tooltips.
Description: VLFormDesigner is a an extremely easy to use form designer control. It will allow you to deliver a full fledged, feature rich form designer application with unbelievably small amount of code. With its extensive set of properties, methods and events, you will typically just be putting a form and menu wrapper on this control to deliver a form designer application.
VLFormDesigner allows resizing and repositioning of its contained controls using mouse as well as keyboard. It provides this functionality even for nested controls (controls which are sited on a container which in turn is sited on VLFormDesigner). This means that you will not be forced to add a form designer on any of the container controls that you might want to use (e.g. Frames, PictureBoxes).
It allows resizing and repositioning of virtually every run time visible activeX control that you place on it. It provides functions to save and load form layouts in binary as well as XML format.
VLFormDesigner, along with our other products VLButtonBar, VLPropertyList and VLViewPort offers a complete end to end solution for your form designer application requirements.
Use VLFormDesigner to deliver a form designer, a report designers, a flow charting tool...let your imagination run wild.
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