Pascal Bourque demonstrates a prototype of the next Datagrid from
Xceed. They've improved the datagrid by paying attention to perceived response times and adding some modern functionality like pinned headers and smooth scrolling, that handles flicks with a small amount of viscosity.
WEI Share ("We Share") is a Coding4Fun code sample that takes your Windows
Experience Index score and shares it with the world (anonymously) to an Azure website with a Silverlight front end and lets you post your WEI score to Facebook for bragging rights.
Why would you want to share…
This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian discuss the week's top developer news, including:
- Joel Bennett - Control
your PC with your voice and PowerShell, via
- Frank La Vigne -
Speech Recognition in WPF
- Dan Waters - Great
4-part series on Audio Programming
This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss the week's top developer news, including; [00:21] Build 2014 Registration is Now Open (Steve “Guggs” Guggenheimer), http://www.buildwindows.com/[00:56] Tower Game Starter Kit (Tommy Lewis), ScriptTD [02:40] Roslyn performance (Matt Gertz)[03:38] Free…
Lots of developers are building XAML-based applications today. Be it WPF, Silverlight or Windows Phone 7, I have seen a lot of people struggle with certain tasks in Visual Studio that would be much easier if undertaken in Expression Blend. Blend seems to be somewhat intimidating to developers,…
SurfaceDJ from Vectorform was one of my favorite applications shown at PDC. Not only does it involve Multi-touch, Surface and music; but it is an example of a new form of collaborative application. Joe Engalan
and Markus Sheldon build up the music, keep it alive and then break it down in…
The question was simple - "What can you build with Silverlight or WPF in 10k?"
Many attempted to dazzle the judges and the community, but only few could win and only one would be granted a trip to MIX09.
To spoil the video and read who won, check out the
PhotoSuru is a new photo viewing sample from the WPF team. The sample provides a unique way to browse a collection of photos, taking advantage of WPF features such as Pixel Shaders, Adaptive Layout and Custom Themes. The
application is based on the recently released
SCE Starter Kit which is…
As a follow-up to
part 1, Jaime Rodriguez meets up with
Unni Ravindranathan from the Expression Blend team. They open the source code project for Blend inside of Blend (endless loop? possibly, but it works). With the code open, Unni explains their
project structure, their naming conventions,…
After a short break for the show, Karl Shifflett is here to welcome us back with wide open arms, a Hawaiian shirt and a demonstration of the new features in Visual
Studio 2010 for WPF development. This is definitely IDE wizardry at its best, making it easier for the developer while creating and…