The Desert Hill ObjectBrowser is an ActiveX control that allows
you to access the contents of a type library. Whether you want to
programmatically access a library's contents or need to add a full
blown object browser window to your application, the Desert Hill
ObjectBrowser is the control to use.
The visual aspect of the Desert Hill ObjectBrowser control displays the content
of type libraries in a way that will be familiar to anyone who has
used the object browser built into Visual Basic. As a developer,
simply add the libraries you want displayed to the control in the Form_Load event and the
Desert Hill ObjectBrowser control does the rest. Events
fired from the control when the user selects various elements within
the library allow you to tightly integrate the object browser window
with the rest of your application.
Not interested in the graphical aspects of the control but just want
to access a type library’s content? The Desert Hill ObjectBrowser
control also works as a COM server with no UI. Just create an
instance of the Libraries collection, add the type libraries and you
gain access to all the information buried inside. Whether you’re
programming in C++ or VisualBasic, never has iterating through a
contents of a type library been easier!
Until now getting at the information inside a type library involved
navigating through the convoluted VAR_DESC and FUNC_DESC structures
using the ITypeLib and ITypeInfo interfaces that VisualBasic
developers couldn’t even access. The Desert Hill ObjectBrowser
ActiveX control has changed all this. With its clean and concise
object model, you can easily get at the information you need.
Exposing both low-level details, such as member’s attributes and
flags, as well high level grouping such as an object's properties,
methods and events, using the Desert Hill ObjectBrowser control will surely
decrease your development costs.
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