November, 2005

  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    Delphi TControls are hwnds, too

    Borland devcon starts Tuesday, so with that in mind I figured what can be more fun than putting WPF inside a Delphi application? Turns out this is both really easy and really difficult. The easy part is that hwnds are hwnds are hwnds, so Delphi hwnds...
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    How to sell your boss on WPF

    One of the questions I've heard a number of times is, "I really want to use WPF, how can I convince my boss?" I've generally shied away from answering, since there's a lot of factors specific to your situation that I don't know. What kind of business...
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    Back from Borcon 2005

    I'm back, it was a short trip but I had a lot of fun talking to people, learning what they are doing with Windows, and yes, learning more about Borland and Delphi. I also learned a bit more about Borland's current thinking around WPF -- none of this is...
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    Versioning and plug-ins

    Wow, quite a response to that last post! And I was worried that nobody would read it... PatriotB pointed out that role-forward is the only option if you support [in-process] plug-ins. Plug-ins are another interesting topic; here, I think the long-term...
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