@Clint:Thank you Clint. One would think that there would be a universal set of gestures,for instance,a TV remote control. That would include a standard set of gestures for Play/Pause, Stop, Advance/Rewind, Menu. Those core gestures in addition to standard navigation like scroll, page, select, etc... That does not exist in the current SDK?
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Awesome and looking forward to spending down time between Christmas and New Year's learning how to use this to make something smart and fun. I am a total newbie. Is there a library of standard gestures for both the modern UI and the XBOX? My requirement is that I need a standard set of gestures to control both UI's. I would also like to know what tools I should use (Languages and 3rd party). My first choice would be HTML5, but I wanted to know what the community would recommend.
Great service... Let's see how it rolls. I would like to see something that is branded/focused on the home ecosystem, also something that can then be broadcast regionally from each MSFT retail store... So make it happen bobbbbbbbiiie bbbbbb
green is retro... reminds me of the old 3270 days... I like it... I think the first comment is derisive (like the photo, and I am from NY, where we are polite, kind and mindful despite what everyone says, and we do real life smack down on trash talking avatars ...
re the video... Cool stuff... I think they should talk more about the Microsoft Ecosystem with a PC running windows as the center of that system. Talk about the xbox plus a home server. Xbox plus a laptop running windows 7 and media center. Xbox by itself is great and will replace the TV set top box, but xbox + PC = Really cool interactive TV...
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