To create a custom widget and implement its logic, you must first create an empty custom widget in Visual Studio. Custom widgets are independent from the project, which they are being used in. They consist of a single .dll file, which can be reused across different applications. The new widget holds the logic and functionality of the custom widget.
If your Visual Studio version is Visual Studio 2013 or newer, perform the following:
After you have prepared your source code, you can modify the auto-generated code beside the class definition. Perform the following:
If your Visual Studio version is Visual Studio 2012 or older, to create the class, perform the following:
NOTE: If you rename the .cs file, you also must rename the class name inside the file.
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