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January, 2008

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    Want some WPF improvements/features: Tell us

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    The WPF platform is powerful but relatively new. We realize that some things are lacking and we are in listening mode. If you feel that we need to improve or add something, send me a comment. We'll make sure you are heard. :) Share this post
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    Another MindMapping Tool

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    A month ago, I was browsing through different blogs and came across Denis Vuyka's blog post on connecting objects on the canvas... Nice post... Being an avid fan of mind maps, that was the natural extension to the library that he created. Check it out There are 3 types of objects which are basically the same... they contain rich content... Right clicking on the objects opens up an editable Richtextbox... In case you paste in Links, you can click them (Ctrl + Click) ... This opens the link in a new browser window. Maps can be saved/opened. Notice that saving a file also creates a folder with multiple streams. Ideally, everything would be zipped into a single file., I have left this upto you guys :) ... The reason for these multiple streams...
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    LIVE: The Syndicated Client Experiences Starter Kit & Reader SDK

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    Finally, the Reader SDK is out ... From the windowsclient site "These Syndicated Client Experiences applications exploit the push capabilities of RSS in a model where each application retains full control over the presentation of the content. The Sync Framework and sync service take care of syncing, caching, subscription management and the safe caching of authentication credentials. These services are designed to help publishers focus on what matters to them most: providing differentiated content experiences with very rich content, branding, skinning and custom user interface elements for an optimal end-to-end user experience" You can now create rich applications like the below very easily... :) ...you can download the msdnreader here...
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    Lawson Client - Great looking WPF enterprise app

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    I just came across this post from LongZheng that highlights the usage of WPF for creating visually enticing enterprise apps. aint that really nice... read the full post here Share this post
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