Thanks! BTW, some more resources you can check out are here:
For those experiencing difficulties with using a hyperlink for the flyout, please use a button instead:
<button onclick="toggleFlyout();">Toggle Flyout</button>
Glad you enjoyed it Eike
Please note that the TransparencyKey approach does not work on the final version of Vista. Ignore those 3 minutes.
Seems I'm following you. I use to read your mobile stuff, now that I've moved back to web development, here you aer again doing gadgets (which I'm just learning). What are we doing next?
Seriously, thanks for the video. It was a big help.
Peter Kellner, MVP ASP.NET
LOL.. Thanks Peter!
Well, "we" are always doing mobile, that never goes away. And Vista stuff will stay with us as well.... Next we are doing all things "Orcas" so get ready for the ride
Thanks, this is definitely a space we are going to see explode as new devices come out
For showing your content on a laptop/PC I guess you could just run the simulator (lower your resolution all the way to make it fill more of the screen). Sorry, I am not aware of actual PC client SideShow renderers.
Glad you like the screencast format. I agree, it is super for learning new things
Not sure what is going wrong with your attempts to use the Camera dialog. May I suggest you post to the relevant msdn forums and/or newsgroup for help? Please post there the exact code you tried, what version of the NETCF/VS you are using and what effects you are observing. Someone will help you there (if not, let me know).
Regarding the links, they all seem to work for me but it is my fault for not posting them here in the first place; they are pretty long to copy of a screen so apologies for that and thanks for bringing it to my attention! Let me know if they still don't work for you:
WM 5.0 SDK
Complete example using WM5 managed APIs
WM 5.0 (old) article
Welcome to channel9 and thanks for your kind words, much appreciated
Sorry, I have not done any other Sidebar videos but there are plenty of links to more gadget information from the links to my blog at the top.
For more videos like this one but on other topics, check out the channel9 screencasts section (and filter as you wish by clicking on the tags on the left of that page e.g. Vista-only or Windows Mobile etc).