.NET developers who plan to create an application that involves photo editing(or that want a graphical button like the ones found in Palm OS applications) will be delighted to hear about Resco’s new controls.

The ImageButton control more-less emulates the behavior of a Palm OS graphical button – this means that the text on your button is replaced with one or more images(depending on pushedness, toggle state,…).

ImageBox, on the other hand, seems to be some sort of in-pace-image editor that can do jobs like rotating, cropping and scaling images that arrive in various file formats(seems to be Resco Viewer in a control package).

Both controls are currently in beta(aka can be downloaded for free), the final release is expected June or July 2008…


Related posts:

  1. Resco releases Audio for .NET CF
  2. Resco releases Photo Viewer 7.0
  3. Resco Screen Capture – the best screenshot tool for PocketPC
  4. Resco BrainGain – Brain age for PocketPC
  5. Resco releases CustomKeyboard component for .NET apps

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