A gathering of posts covering what's going on in the world of the Microsoft Client Continuum. Client Technologies include Windows 7, Internet Explorer 8, WPF, Silverlight, Expression Studio, ASP.Net and Live Services.
The ArcGIS API for Silverlight and WPF has been released along with a showcase application demonstrating
some of the key concepts. Features include redlining (draw, edit, delete), layer controls, geodetic radius tool, line and polygon measure, GeoRSS layer, WMS Layer, Gazetteer locator control,…
The Home Shopping Network has upgraded their site to Silverlight 3 and their broadcast feeds to HD. This is the first 24x7 Smooth Streaming site that is accessible to the public. Almost makes you
want to buy something...
Jose Fajardo has published
a 4-part video series on the Power of States which highlights both the States feature within the Silverlight platform and the support for the feature in Expression Blend. He demonstrates his own technique along with the new features in version 3.
To help prepare your applications for Windows 7, download the
Windows 7 Training Kit for Developers. The kit includes code, videos and labs for both native Win32 C++ developers and .NET developers covering the new features available in Windows 7.
Joel Neubeck has posted two new behaviors. The first he calls the
Flip TriggerAction, which provides the flipping postcard in the 3D space effect when clicked. The second behavior is
Flip TargetedTriggerAction, which creates the same effect, but other elements, like a button, can trigger the…
This is going to be a killer Workshop at PDC09:
Tim Heuer presents
the basics of Multi-touch in Silverlight tutorial along with a demo video and source code (both C# and VB). I can't wait to see what people build with this new feature in Silverlight 3.