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  • Blog Post: Pete Brown Lights Up on Silverlight & WPF 4 – Connected Show #29

    Peter Laudati & Dmitry Lyalin host the edu-taining Connected Show developer podcast on cloud computing and interoperability. Check out episode 29 “ Get LIT with Silverlight & WPF 4 ”.  Microsoft’s own Pete Brown joins Peter to discuss the recent releases of Silverlight 4 & WPF 4. Pete...
  • Blog Post: Prism Updated for Unity 2.0 and Silverlight 4

    Building Complex Applications using WPF or Silverlight? The Composite Client Application Guidance is designed to help you more easily build modular Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Silverlight client applications. These types of applications typically feature multiple screens, rich, flexible...
  • Blog Post: A Multi-Touch Open Source Project for Windows 7 Developers

    Developers can create multi-touch enabled applications on Windows 7. However, Windows 7 comes with the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1, and developers will have to write extra code to implement some touch scenarios that are available in the next .NET release, WPF 4 (currently in Release Candidate) and Surface...
  • Blog Post: Best Practices for Improving VS 2010 and WPF Performance with Remote Desktop

    It is increasingly common for users to run their client applications remotely, either connected to another Windows Client machine (Remote Desktop) or to a Windows Server (Terminal Services). In both of these scenarios the sources and the target machines are communicating over a protocol called Remote...
  • Blog Post: Streamlining Customer Service with Windows 7 and Multi-Touch

    How many times have you called your cell phone carrier, or your cable provider and received an automated message to authenticate yourself (phone number, address, etc..)?  Then, the split second you get someone on the phone, they do what?  They ask for your telephone number, or name and address...
  • Blog Post: ARCast.TV - An Overview of MVC4WPF - Part 3 of 3

    Brian H. Prince talks with Stephen Giffin and John Hannah about their new open source project called MVC4WPF . It is a new framework and guidance package that helps you quickly build enterprise WPF applications. They have seen a dramatic improvement in productivity, ability to leverage...
  • Blog Post: ARCast.TV - An Overview of MVC4WPF - Part 2 of 3

    Brian H. Prince meets with Stephen Giffin and John Hannah about their new open source project called MVC4WPF . It is a new framework and guidance package that helps you quickly build enterprise WPF applications. They have seen a dramatic improvement in productivity, ability to leverage...
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