The concept of "Lookless controls" in WPF is fundamental and once understood is one of its greatest assets. Dr. WPF has posted an extensive tutorial on
Styling, Templates and Triggers that can show you how to get started using these features.
A new post on the e7 blog goes into detail about the new
Media Streaming features in Windows 7. Features include easily sharing media with other PCs and DLNA devices on your home network, remote control mode, transcoding media types and more. The best part is a lot of this functionality is…
The Microsoft Interactive Canvas, one of the coolest and most creative examples of a WPF-based application, has
won a Design Week award. Due to the miracle of web video, you can listen to the creative team AllofUs
talk about the project and see the Interactive Canvas in action and…
The upcoming arrival of Windows 7 brings new opportunities for developers and their applications. Tim Sneath has posted
a Windows 7 guide covering Application Compatibility and toolkits that enable you to take advantage of new features in Windows 7 like Multi-touch, Taskbar, Sensors and more.
Frank La Vigne demonstrates how he is using CC licensed
SVG files from Wikipedia in his Silverlight and WPF applications. To spoil the ending for you the secret ingrediant in this case is
Mike Swanson's excellent AI to XAML plug-in.
One of the first things I noticed in the new Windows 7 RC is the new collection of Wallpapers available. Plenty of grand vistas of landscape and color blends remain, but
this version includes a line of very artistic illustrations. Over on the e7 blog, the story was posted today about
The first stop on the
WPF for LOB Tour was Los Angeles and the event happened last week to standing room only crowd. Jaime Rodriguez has posted the training
content for your educational benefit. And Karl Shifflett is looking forward to the next stop: London, UK on May 15.