Mark Boulter, PM and technical lead, and Brian Pepin, development lead, talk to us about Cider, a future version of the visual designer that'll ship in Orcas, future version of Visual Studio.They demo it too!
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In this 4 part series, Bob Brumfield and Erwin van der Valk from patterns and practices shows you how to build a modular application using the recently released Composite
Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight - February 2009 (also known as Prism V2).
Part 3. Implementing views and…
Last year the Coding4Fun/Channel 9 guys asked me to work on a few things for MIX10. One of these items was a way to output a webcam stream to Windows Phone 7 for use with Clint's t-shirt cannon project you may have read about. I figured the easiest way to accomplish this was by using a network/IP…
WPF XBAP? What the heck is that? Well, find out all about this WPF-based technology right here as our Channel 9 special correspondent Dr. Sneath chats with XBAP Program Managers Lauren Lavoie and Karen Corby.Get more info on this technology here.
Adam Nathan is giving a talk at the PDC on Thursday about making an application "light up" on Windows Vista. To prepare for the talk he created
WinFXHearts.com. Very cool version of the Internet Hearts game. Here we visit his office to get a good look at his application and what…
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,…
One of the really cool features of WPF is being able to take any 2D user interface and easily place it on a 3D surface. The most common request after doing this is then having the ability to interact with this 2D content on the 3D object.
V1 of WPF doesn’t have this feature built in, but with some…
Rockwell Automation helps manufacturers succeed and grow with industrial automation control and information solutions. From stand-alone, industrial components to enterprise-wide integrated systems, Rockwell Automation solutions apply across a wide range
of industries and in some of the most…
Robby Ingebretsen came by to explain what Kaxaml is and how it can be useful to you when developing XAML-based applications. Not only does he introduce the tool, but he also
touches on some of the lesser known features and add-ins that may be missed on an initial glance.
Robby also discusses…
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.