Last post Oct 30, 2006 08:12 AM by pqxl
Sep 22, 2006 02:59 PM|ioanab|LINK
I have to develop an ActiveX in C++. It is suppose to have something like a PictureBox inside and allow the users to draw. It is going to run into the browser.It has to be in unmanaged code, so the users won't be required to download the Framework. Also it
has to be a safe ActiveX to get rid of the annoying messages about being unsafe.Is it possible to do it in in Visual Studio 2005? I've already done something in VB6, but I would prefer to switch to C++ 2005. If yes, what should I choose?MFC?Do you have any
links regardind this?
Oct 30, 2006 08:12 AM|pqxl|LINK
I would assume it is the project type MFC ActiveX Control: "A project for creating an ActiveX control that uses the Microsoft Foundation Class Library" in Visual Studio 2005.
By the way, have you looked at hosting managed .NET components in the browser ? This seems to be a less known feature of the framework, works similar to java applets