C# – Design Cryptocurrency Converter using Guna Ui Framework

Design Cryptocurrency Converter: A cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange wherein individual coin ownership records are stored in a digital ledger or computerized database using strong cryptography.

In this short article, we will learn how to design a really cool user interface for a cryptocurrency converter. For this example, we’ve used Cryptocurrency icons but you can change them as per your requirement.

Tools Required:

  1. Visual Studio 2010 or above.
  2. Guna Ui Framework DLL file. Download it from Here.
  3. Pichon App (Optional) for icons. Download it from Here.

Steps to Follow:

  1. Open your visual studio and create a new Windows Forms Application project.
  2. Add the DLL file of Guna Ui Framework to your toolbox.
  3. Set the FormBorderStyle to None from properties and Resize the form as per your requirement.
  4. Change the Background color of Form to Black.
  5. Add a Padding of 5 to Right,Left,Top and bottom of the Form.
  6. Now add a panel from control from the toolbox and Dock it to Parent.
  7. Drag and drop another panel from toolbox and dock it to left.
  8. Now add a Guna2CustomPanel and change its border radius to 17 and resize it to create the panel in the Left. Change the Background color of this panel to (38, 38, 38).
  9. Go to solution explorer and right click on the project file-> Add->UserControl.
  10. Name this user control as UC Name and design it as per your requirement.
  11. Add another user control to work as currency values in the left side.
  12. Place the last user control in a FlowLayout Panel in the UCHome and then change its properties.

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