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Submitted on: 4/2/2017 8:25:45 PM
By: Mike Meeks 
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 1 Users
Compatibility: VB.NET
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     ImageCast 3.1 (VB.NET) - Using Visual Studio 2017 This program allows you the user - to manage your pictures in a database. You can add images, export images - change fields, add additional albums. As with any program - it's up to the user to fill in the blanks. The database chosen was SQLite - because it's stand alone and not everyone has MSQL - MySQL etc. I wanted a program that anyone could download - compile and execute without problems. I highly recommend you take the time to go through the source code and understand. Although I have left a few variables that are not required or needed - they were left to give you additional reasons for setting up your own.

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8/13/2017 1:29:15 PMDuk

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11/14/2017 12:41:16 PMDavid

Nice code, I'd have liked to see the frames automatically resize proportionally with the form, and the picture box show the picture in correct proportions.

That's given me an incentive to learn how to do it.

Thanks for all your work, now I have to get learning.
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11/14/2017 2:28:28 PMDavid

Just been exploring your code. There is a way of adding an album, but not remove it.

Some pictures appears to be in several albums. not worked out if that was a mistake, as the image can be deleted but on changing albums it seems to still be in the DB.

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