Exam 70-526: Windows-based Client Development – Study Topics

  1. Creating a UI for a Windows Forms Application by Using Standard Controls
    • Add and configure a Windows Form.
    • Manage control layout on a Windows Form.
    • Add and configure a Windows Forms control.
    • Create and configure menus.
    • Create event handlers for Windows Forms and controls.
  2. Integrating Data in a Windows Forms Application
    • Implement data-bound controls.
    • Manage connections and transactions.
    • Create, add, delete, and edit data in a connected environment.
    • Create, add, delete, and edit data in a disconnected environment.
    • Manage XML with the XML Document Object Model (DOM).
    • Read, write, and validate XML by using the XmlReader class and the XmlWriter class.
  3. Implementing Printing and Reporting Functionality in a Windows Forms Application
    • Manage the print process by using print dialogs.
    • Construct print documents.
    • Create a customized PrintPreview component.
  4. Enhancing Usability
    • Perform drag-and-drop operations.
    • Implement globalization and localization for a Windows Forms application.
    • Implement accessibility features.
    • Create and configure multiple-document interface (MDI) forms. 
    • Create, configure, and customize user assistance controls and components.
    • Persist Windows Forms application settings between sessions.
  5. Implementing Asynchronous Programming Techniques to Improve the User Experience
    • Manage a background process by using the BackgroundWorker component.
    • Implement an asynchronous method.
  6. Developing Windows Forms Controls
    • Create a composite Windows Forms control.
    • Create a custom Windows Forms control by inheriting from the control class.
    • Create an extended control by inheriting from an existing Windows Forms control.
  7. Configuring and Deploying Applications
    • Configure the installation of a Windows Forms application by using ClickOnce technology.
    • Create a Windows Forms setup application.
    • Add functionality to a Windows Forms setup application.

Source: Microsoft Learning, Preparation Guide for Exam 70-526

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