Nevron .NET Vision
User Interface for .NET / Getting Started / Integrating in Windows Forms

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    Integrating in Windows Forms
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     Toolbox Deployment

    The Nevron Installer will automatically add a Tab in the Visual Studio IDE named "Nevron UI". If for some reason the tab is not present you may manually do this by following these steps:


    1. Open Microsoft Visual Studio .NET
    2. Select File->New->Project...
    3. Select Visual C# Projects -> Windows Application
    4. Open the Form1 file in Designer View.
    5. Right-Click inside the Toolbox and Select "AddTab" command.
    6. Enter a name for your newly created tab - "Nevron UI".
    7. Expand the new tab and right-click inside it. Select "Add/Remove Items..." command.
    8. Click the "Browse" button.
    9. Navigate to the "Bin" folder in the Nevron .NET Vision installation folder and select Nevron.Presentation.dll assembly.
    10. Click "OK" button.


    Use the same steps for the Nevron.UI.WinForm.Controls.Docking.dll

     Using Nevron UI Programmatically

    You may sometimes want to use the Nevron User Interface in a stand-alone assembly of yours. These are the steps you should follow in order to achieve this:


    1. Create your project and view your project in the Solution Explorer.
    2. Right-click on the "References" folder and select "Add Reference..." command.
    3. Click the "Browse" button. Locate the Nevron.System.dll, Nevron.Presentation.dll and Nevron.UI.WinForms.Docking.dll and select it. Click "OK".


    Add a reference to the following assemblies:


    1. Nevron.System.dll.
    2. Nevron.Presentation.dll - contains the Nevron.UI, Nevron.UI.WinForm and Nevron.UI.WinForm.Controls namespaces.
    3. Nevron.UI.WinForm.Docking