Our sample projects like Getting Started, JamExplorer, ExplorerBrowser and JamSearch illustrate the usage of ShellBrowser .NET Components.
They are included in all licenses of ShellBrowser .NET Components, and are also part of the evaluation copy.
You can download the sample applications in executable form here:
Sample Project: Getting Started
The Getting Started application will help you get your projects up and running with a minimum of effort. This sample project provides an easy overview about the features of the ShellBrowser .NET components.
Clearly structured source code will enable you to use the components in your own projects with ease.
Sample Project: JAMExplorer
JamExplorer is a project illustrating how to build an Explorer-like application using the visual shell controls of the ShellBrowser .NET Components.
The well-known TreeView was placed on the left pane, while the contents of the current folder are displayed on the right pane. In the toolbar you will find some of the typical explorer buttons like delete, properties, and small/large icons. For every item the context menu will be displayed when the user right-clicks on it. All items can be renamed.
The only code written for this sample project were the handlers for the Buttons in the toolbar of the window (usually one line of code per button).
Sample Project: JamSearch
Sample Project: ExplorerBrowser
The ExplorerBrowser sample project shows you how to use the ExplorerBrowser component. The ExplorerBrowser control emulates an entire Windows Explorer. See how easily you can configure columns and display panes, apply filters, or set group and sorting options.
Sample Project: CoreSample
The CoreSample project illustrates how you could use ShellBrowser components in console applications. It makes only use of the ShellBrowser.Core assembly that contains common Shell functionality but no visual components, so you can use it without a form.
Sample Project: JamCommander
A typical "Commander" project including two side-by-side folder panes that can be separately controlled. Technically, we have grouped the relevant ShellBrowser controls that make up a folder pane, in a "UserControl".
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