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Creating Managed Extensions for C++ Projects
The project is the starting point for authoring applications, components, and services in Visual Studio .NET. It acts as a container that manages your source code, data connections, and references. A project is organized as part of a solution, which can contain multiple projects that are interdependent of each other.
In This Section
- Managed Extensions for C++ Projects
- Provides links to topics that describe how to add Windows Forms to your projects and create Windows Forms applications.
- File Types Created for Managed Extensions for C++ Projects
- Describes the files created for Managed Extensions projects.
- Converting Managed Extensions for C++ Projects from Mixed Mode to Pure Intermediate Language
- Describes how to convert projects with native code into purely managed projects.
- Converting Managed Extensions for C++ Projects from Pure Intermediate Language to Mixed Mode
- Describes how to convert projects from managed projects to mixed mode.
- Managed Extensions for C++ Windows Applications
- Provides links to topics describing how to link your Windows applications to the C run-time library and how to add Windows Forms to your projects.
- Creating Windows Applications
- Provides links to topics describing how to add Windows Forms to your projects and content related to creating Windows Forms projects.
- Adding Functionality with Code Wizards
- Describes adding classes, methods, variables, and other elements to your project to add functionality.
- Specifying Project Settings with Property Pages
- Describes how to use the Property Pages dialog box to control your project settings.
- Managed Extensions for C++ Samples
- Samples that show how to use Managed Extensions to write .NET applications in C++.