This week on Channel 9, Vlad and Nikola discuss the week's top developer news, including; [00:24] C++ Con 2014 On Demand[01:26] Connect(); On Demand[01:55] Announcing Open Source of .NET Core Framework, .NET Core Distribution for Linux/OSX, and Free Visual Studio Community Edition [Scott…
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Jerry Nixon welcomes Unni Ravindranathan and Hari Menon from the Visual Studio Client Tools team as they discuss the recently announced changes, improvements and future of the WPF platform. For more information click here [1:59] Let’s recap some of the major announcements that were made during…
This is the fourth in a series of shows featuring speakers from the VSLive conference, which was held in Redmond in August. In this episode, Robert is joined by Phil Japikse to discuss UI in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and see examples of natural user interfaces, fluid layouts and other…
How is WPF designed? How does it work? Join Charles, Tim Sneath (Dr. Sneath, to us on the C9 team) and WPF Architect Greg Schechter as we dig into the guts of WPF as well as discuss it's past and future.Check out Greg's blog here.
Tim Sneath sat down recently with Ian Ellison-Taylor, the Product Unit Manager for Windows Presentation Foundation, to chat about how this technology has evolved since its inception and where it’s going over the
next 12-18 months. WPF is starting to take off, with applications like British…
In this installment of geekSpeak, WPF-expert Bil Simser answers developer questions about WPF. He's inclusive, answering basic 'why do I care?' to detailed 'how do I implement x feature?' questions.
Bil is a MVP hailing from the Great White North, otherwise known as Canada and has an impressive…
This is Episode #2 of This Week on Channel 9 a weekly recap show of our favorite things for developers including Channel9 videos, samples, bloggers, news, and much more.
This week we cover:
0. Changes to the show based on feedback, our name courtesy of
Ian and ChadK, and Benny Hill style…
The UK MCS User Experience team and a number of UK partners have been working on WPF for over 12 months and this Real World WPF series is intended to show some of their work and capture/share some of their learnings. Nick Page talks to Martin Grayson and
Paul Tallett from the UK MCS User…
Tim Sneath shows how to build a basic RSS reader using Windows Presentation Foundation (formerly codenamed “Avalon”) in just 14 lines of code, using the data binding and XAML features that are central to this new technology.
In this screencast, Tim Sneath shows with a quick examples how the XAML feature of Windows Presentation Foundation (formerly codenamed “Avalon”) allows you to build UI that integrates 2D, media and text using an
XML declarative language.