Ofice 2007 has new file formats for Word, Excel and Powerpoint, based on industry-standard ZIP and XML technologies. These formats were getting a lot of attention at the Office Devcon, where Bill Gates announced the Open XML Formats Developer Group in his
keynote presentation. This new group…
And here are the official rules for the Custom "10" PC contest:PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Microsoft " Microsoft 10 " Contest (the "Contest") is a skill contest in which participants are asked to submit an entry utilizing the Microsoft 10 logo and submit in one of the…
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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.
If you have been developing with ASP.Net you may have used some custom built page templating system. Now in ASP.Net 2.0 the templating functionality is built in and its called
Master Pages. Thom Robbins provides a simple demonstration of what they look like in VS2005.