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March, 2007

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    Server Generated WPF/E Controls

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    Bryant has an interesting post about using ASP.NET server controls to project WPF/E XAML instead of HTML . This is a great idea and I agree that it has legs. I see this as an area of low hanging fruit for integration of ASP.NET and WPF/E. Any part of...
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    Rock Paper Scissors game in WPF/E

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    Thannap has created a video based Rock Paper Scissors game using WPF/E. Click the image below to play the game. It's a fun implementation of the game, but I didn't see te source posted anywhere.
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    Lumines Live 60 Second Top Score in WPF/E

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    I've been playing quite a bit of Lumines Live on my 360 lately. I'm no Mr. HeXic , but I recently posted 111 deletes in 60 seconds. This puts me in the top 100 on the Live leaderboard, so I recorded the replay and built a WPF/E video player to host it...
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    IdentityMine's CHATBlender

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    What do you get when you combine WPF/E Pad with MSN Messenger? CHATBlender . IdentityMine has created an MSN Messenger add-in that hosts WPF/E and renders the XAML that chat participants send to each other. This is a really cool idea and a well designed...
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    Dave Campbell's Added Another WPF/E Tutorial

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    Dave has been on a tear as of late learning and explaining WPF/E on his blog. His latest entry outlines how animation and clipping can work together. This post includes a live sample and the corresponding code. Dave has also aggregated all his WPF/E material...
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    RvB + Scott Guthrie + WPF/E = Crazy Delicious

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    I had no idea they let "suits" play Halo. Scott Guthrie did a guest spot on RvB and Adam Kinney from Channel 9 built a WPF/E video player to display the episode. Adam didn't share the source for this player but you can always just view source the page...
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    Magent Game in WPF/E

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    Dennis Cronin of the Microsoft TV team has been playing with WPF/E and has created a version of the popular magnet game in WPF/E. This implementation turned out really well and it plays smoothly. This game has sound effects and animated stars in the background...
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