It can be a powerful thing to display dynamic HTML in your C# applications.
It can give your applications a modern look and feel and can make displaying data in non-standard ways easy with some simple markup.
Insert 4 textbox named txt Search for the searching of student number as this is the primary key, txt Name for Student Name, txt Course for Student course, and txt Section for student section. Create a module in your project and named it, mod Connection. For the btn Add as adding and saving records to database button, put this code below. Add New() End Sub Private Sub Save_Click(By Val sender As System.
Gets a value indicating whether the caller must call an invoke method when making method calls to the control because the caller is on a different thread than the one the control was created on.(Inherited from Control.)Adjusts the height of the column headers based on changes to the contents of the header in the specified column, optionally calculating the height with the expectation that the column and/or row header widths will subsequently be adjusted.
Some common requests I see in regards to using the web browser control is the ability to set the HTML to display in the browser without writing it to a file and navigating to it, printing the contents of the browser, and other items related to manipulating it's contents. Setting the HTML without writing to a file Many times when the web browser control is used, the HTML content that the developer wishes to display will be written to a text/html file and then Navigate is used to navigate to the file, such as the following: The problem with that is, of course, that you need to write to a file. To accomplish this we need to get a reference to the browser's internal HTML document and manipulate it using the Document Object Model.
This brings in other possible issues such as ensuring you write the file to a location where the user has permissions to do so. We need to add a reference to the “Microsoft HTML Object Library” (mshtml) to get to the interfaces & classes that we will use to get to the document's DOM.
When working with very large amounts of data, you can set the control replaces and adds functionality to the Data Grid control of previous versions, the Data Grid control is retained for both backward compatibility and future use if you choose.
For more information, see Differences Between the Windows Forms Data Grid View and Data Grid Controls.