Customizing Projects and Extending My with Visual Basic

 

Updated: July 20, 2015

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You can customize project templates to provide additional My objects. This makes it easy for other developers to find and use your objects.

Extending the My Namespace in Visual Basic
Describes how to add custom members and values to the My namespace in Visual Basic.

Packaging and Deploying Custom My Extensions
Describes how to publish custom My namespace extensions by using Visual Studio templates.

Extending the Visual Basic Application Model
Describes how to specify your own extensions to the application model by overriding members of the WindowsFormsApplicationBase class.

Customizing Which Objects are Available in My
Describes how to control which My objects are enabled by setting your project's _MYTYPE conditional-compilation constant.

Development with My
Describes which My objects are available in different project types by default.

Overview of the Visual Basic Application Model
Describes Visual Basic's model for controlling the behavior of Windows Forms applications.

How My Depends on Project Type
Describes which My objects are available in different project types by default.

Conditional Compilation
Discusses how the compiler uses conditional-compilation to select particular sections of code to compile and exclude other sections.

ApplicationBase
Describes the My object that provides properties, methods, and events related to the current application.

Developing Applications with Visual Basic

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