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Bringing .NET to Visual Basic 6 Applications

Bringing .NET to Visual Basic 6 Applications

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Last year, I blogged about v1 of the Interop Forms Toolkit (Not Ready to Bring Your Visual Basic 6 Apps to .NET? Bring .NET to Your Visual Basic 6 Apps). Its successor, Microsoft Interop Forms Toolkit 2.0, is now available for download.

The Interop Forms Toolkit 2.0 is a free add-in that simplifies the process of displaying .NET forms and controls in a Visual Basic 6 application. Instead of upgrading the entire code base, these applications can now be extended one form at a time. The goal is a phased upgrade, with production releases at the end of each iteration containing both Visual Basic 6 and Visual Basic .NET forms running in the same Visual Basic 6 process.

Source: Microsoft Interop Forms Toolkit 2.0

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