Appendix. Creating a Windows Application for ClickOnce
To understand how ClickOnce works, this appendix covers how to create a Windows application using Visual Studio 2005. For this application, I will use the Visual Basic 2005 programming language. (My latest book from O'Reilly, Visual Basic 2005 Jumpstart, includes three hands-on projects that let you learn the new syntax quickly; check http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/vbjumpstart/index.html for more information.)
Launch Visual Studio 2005 and name the application MyApp. Populate the default Form1 with seven Button controls, as shown in Figure 1-20.
Figure 1-20. Populating the default Form1 with Button controls
The application will perform the following functions:
The following sections show the logic under each of the Button controls.