Jossef Goldberg and
Jaime Rodriguez discuss the status of Client Profile in .NET 4 and VS2010 beta 2. Client profile is a subset of the full .NET framework that includes only the assemblies needed for desktop client applications; the subset decreases download size and improves install time of the…
Join Chipalo Street and
Jaime Rodriguez to hear about the new text stack in WPF 4. With the new TextFormatingMode and TextRenderingMode options you are now in control of text and can produce sharp text. They will also cover embedded bitmap support, bindable run, and custom dictionaries, and CAFE. …
David Teitlebaum and
Jaime Rodriguez discuss the graphics improvements in .NET 4. David demoes cached composition, pixel shaders 3, and animation easing functions. He also explains discusses rounding, and ClearType Hint.
Related resources: Post for this series includes all the new features in WPF…
Mark Wilson-Thomas and
Jaime Rodriguez discuss the improvements to VS2010's "Cider" designer for WPF and Silverlight.
Silverlight devs, Cider has finally arrived. Party on. WPF devs listen in for some nice improvements to error handling, resource resolution, and a new property browser.…
Adam Smith and Tim Sneath discuss a wide array of improvements made in WPF 3.5 SP1 concerning performance. Topics include graphics, startup time and benefits gained from
the updated CLR.
Looking for more than performance? Check out the WPF 3.5 SP1 Overview video
Troy Martez and Dr. Sneath go on a deep dive into the new client deployment options available in WPF 3.5 SP1. Interesting new features include the Client Profile (something like a "diet .NET Framework") which allows
for smaller setup packages and new customizations during the…
Dr. Sneath speaks with
Ian Ellison-Taylor and
Kevin Gjerstad about new improvements and features in WPF 3.5 Service Pack 1.
Topics of the conversation range from
Performance, Application Model and
Tools. And while discussing the current state and the future of WPF a…