The getting directions by drawing looks great! But we can't figure it out. We're on our desktop, using a mouse (no touch enabled desktop), clicked the Directions button and then started trying to draw a line.
But it didn't work! Instead it just moved the map around.
Enjoyed this episode. Got a question about the Project Murphy and its integration with Skype. I went ahead and looked up Project Murphy, added it to my contacts in Skype and started chatting. One of the suggestions it gave was to ask it, "What if I were president?" So I went ahead and entered that. And then Murphy asked me to upload a picture of myself. I wasn't exactly sure how to do that, but I found it. Then I discovered my problem.
My Skype allows only 2 options, either I can add an emoticon or I can send the text message. That's it. There's no uploading a file, sharing a file, etc. Not sure why I don't have that button in the chat window/text box, but I don't. My version of Skype is 22.214.171.124.
Excellent video. I've never heard of IntelliTrace before, so this was useful as an introduction. Thank you.
I've got a question about using the stand-alone IntelliTrace for gathering information on a server that you can then use later on a development machine. Does this mean that when compiling the application you shouldn't compile it using Release? Is it necessary to use Debug? I'm answer the answer to my question is yes, as I'm sure we'd have to have executable code with the relevant symbols in it so that debugging is possible. Am I correct about that?
How do you sign up for the Office 365 Channel on IFTTT when your work email account is one thing, but your work Office 365 account is associated with an entirely different email account? I try entering my email account, but that fails because its not what's used for Office 365. I try entering the email account associated with Office 365, but that refuses to be accepted.
I've been watching this episode. Haven't finished it yet but I love what I'm seeing. Really love the new IntelliTest feature and the Live Visual Tree and Live Property Explorer features for XAML developers. As a XAML developer that's really going to be good!! But I've got to ask, what SKU's get these new goodies, and which ones don't?
@Dehnashi:At this point in time I think that Microsoft is still committed to enhancing WPF. WPF is, from what I can see, the way to go for desktop development. And that's important to the enterprise. When Windows Store apps overtake WPF than I'd say WPF's day has gone, but until then I think Microsoft will continue to enhance WPF.
Of course this is all my opinion; I've no inside knowledge of anything that Microsoft is or isn't doing.