Adrian Ford on XPS et cetera

two types of paper

May, 2007

  • Adrian Ford on XPS et cetera

    Not Quite a Winhec Round-up

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    I was going to do a round-up of XPS related stuff from WinHEC, but Feng had already done it so, like a true program manager, here's a couple of pointers.... XPS at WinHEC 2007 XPS Performance — with some interesting info on Zoran's XPS implementation...
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    Do you see the Silverlight?

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    Delay has a great proof-of-concept example that shows how a simple XPS viewer can be implemented in Silverlight (that'll be Silverlight 1.1 alpha). It's by no means a complete XPS implementation, but it really demonstrates the potential power of Silverlight...
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    Print Schema

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    Version 1.0 of the Print Schema Specification is now out . The Print Schema Specification describes the set of conventions for using XML to describe the capabilities of a print device and its configuration for a particular print job.
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    News, AIIM & WinHEC

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    I managed to avoid both AIIM / On Demand and WinHEC this year (although it was the travel and not the events I was trying to avoid). This means I'm rather late catching up with some of the news. I could also plead that I've been busy, but that would just...
  • Adrian Ford on XPS et cetera

    INTRO...

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    Hello world. This is Adrian. I'm a program manager on the Windows documents and printing team at Microsoft. One of the areas I'm interested in is electronic paper, and specifically the XML Paper Specification (XPS) — support for which was introduced by...
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