Windows 7 Taskbar in 10 Minutes -- Part III: Jumplists
- Posted: May 12, 2009 at 4:31PM
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This is the third part of my ScreenCast series on implementing the Windows 7 Taskbar features in less than 10 minutes (well I ran little over this time , sorry). The short video shows how to leverage the Windows 7 JumpList feature for your application.
You can find the screencast @
Part III -- JumpList:
In this part I show you how to develop an application that
https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/GLenz/Windows-7-Taskbar-in-10-Minutes-Part-III-Jumplists/ . The source code is available here.
The other parts of the screencast series can be viewed @
Part II -- Icon Overlay:
In this part I show you how to implement custom Icon Overlays in the taskbar indicating the happiness (happy/unhappy) of your application. In your applications you can use this to
https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/GLenz/Windows-7-Taskbar-in-10-Minutes-Part-II-Icon-Overlay/The source code is available here.
Part I -- ProgressBar and Status:
In the first part of my screencast series I develop an application that allows to
https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/GLenz/Windows-7-Taskbar-in-10-Minutes-Part-I-Progress-Bar/ . The source code is available here .
Part IV -- Preview and Window Peek:
In the last part of the screencast series I show you how to develop an application that
The source code is available here.
You can download the managed wrappers for the Windows 7 API from the Vista Bridge web page.