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Last post Mar 10, 2011 06:13 AM by shabirhakim1
Mar 10, 2011 01:28 AM|LINK
I am developing a new project and I want to make the User Interface more rich, with more details and qualities, for example, if I put an object or image in the screen when the user put the mouse over it should show a contextual box with information about
the object and when the user double click on it sould do a soom in and things like that.
I do not know if I can do that with GDI+ or something like silverlight because I don´t have much experience with the graphic interface, all the projects where I have been working are with minimun details in this part.
Mar 10, 2011 06:13 AM|LINK
Go for silverlight because it is webapplication you are going to work with.
GDI+ is a technology that developers generally associate with Windows Forms applications because they use it to draw anything on the screen from custom controls to diagrams.
However, you can also use GDI+ in ASP.NET Web applications whenever you want to serve up dynamic images. You can use GDI+ to create dynamic banners, photo albums, graphs, diagrams, and more.
otherside Silverlight enables development of the next generation of Microsoft .NET-based media experiences and rich interactive applications (RIAs) for the Web. Silverlight is delivered as a cross-platform and cross-browser plug-in that exposes a programming
framework and features that are a subset of the .NET Framework and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).