Jaime Rodriguez On Windows Phone, Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight and Windows 7
.NET 3.5 SP1 buzz peaked very early at the beta. At the time I was immersed in Silverlight, so I am now having to catch up; which is a bit of work since the release is packed with lots of new features. Below is my cheat sheet to date; I tried to group them on what I saw were the "core" investments.
The official release notes on 3.5 SP1 is at windowsclient.net/wpf. Tim Sneath has a great post that puts the enhancements into context both on size ( # of changes) and on impact ( based on customer feedback ) .
The list above is not all comprehensive, but it can help you catch up. Please let me know what I missed [I am sure there is lots of that]...
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I also wrote a DirectShow->WPF video player using the D3DImage, does DVD, webcam, etc. D3DImage is AWESOME! Best WPF feature yet!
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In addition to releasing the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 last week, which included a number of improvements
As I mentioned on the SP1 cheat sheet , client profile is an exciting new deployment feature in SP1..
Thanks to everyone who attended!  You can download the deck and links to the code here: Normally,
With the release of the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 the WPF suffered the third major release