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  • Blog Post: Three upcoming WPF trainings

    Last year, Karl and I had a blast on our WPF for Line of Business tour. It was so cool to meet all these people doing or planning to do WPF. This year, budget is tighter, so no big tour.. but still plenty of WPF and Windows 7 training coming to a city near you.. Here are the details: April 15, London...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to WPF 4 Multitouch

    This tutorial recaps the multitouch features in WPF 4, as of the Beta 2 release. I also included two basic samples to get you jumpstarted with working code: SketchPad using raw touch in WPF4 Image Manipulation in WPF 4 A Multitouch Backgrounder Multitouch is simply an abstraction from the OS (or a platform...
  • Blog Post: What is new in WPF and Cider on the .NET Framework 4 and VS2010 beta 2 release

    This post is a quick recap of the most important changes for WPF and Silverlight developers in this Beta 2 release. I definitely will return to a few of these topics over the next few weeks, so stay tuned for updates and new posts. Please note that this post is NOT all-inclusive; there are lots of features...
  • Blog Post: More on AERO Shake and WPF

    A few follow-up questions (and answers) from this post on Aero shake in WPF Windowless apps . The code I posted does not work if your WPF WindowStyle=None window is maximized. Why is that? The shell detects the shake based on Windows movement, and when a window is maximized, it can not be dragged. This...
  • Blog Post: Implementing Aero Shake in a WindoStyle None WPF Window

    I just tried to implement Aero Shake in a WindowStyle=None WPF window. I had no clue what I would need to do; I figured I had to start by dragging the Window.. tried that, ran it just to see what would happen and voila! Windows 7 did the rest… I am going to the movies (since I had budgeted 3 hours for...
  • Blog Post: Platform Update For Windows Vista

    Windows 7 is packed with lots of new “developer” or “platform” features . We are confident most customers would benefit (better per, better UX) from running on Windows 7; but we also acknowledge that adopting a new OS is not always immediate (specially for any large enterprise that recently rolled...
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