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  • Blog Post: TabletPC Development Gotchas Part 6: InkCanvas Element Selection/Move/Resize

    WPF's InkCanvas element provides a lot of built-in functionality for several common, ink-related tasks like stylus gesture recognition, point and stroke erase, as well as the selection, resizing and moving of ink strokes. The key to those features is the 'EditingMode' property - which is nicely demonstrated...
  • Blog Post: Rendering ink and image to a bitmap using WPF

    To follow-up on my previous blog post and to complete the story about rendering ink onto pictures and saving the results as a bitmap file, I want to show how this is done in WPF. In WPF all rendering uses the pipeline - pictures, videos, ink, text, all gets rendered via WPF's 'Media Integration Layer...
  • Blog Post: Fun with Ink & XAML Part3: Ink Data Binding

    Data binding in WPF provides a great way for applications to present and interact with data. Elements can be bound to data from a variety of data sources - for example XML files. I have put together a sample that uses data binding to retrieve a collection of handwritten ink documents from a data store...
  • Blog Post: Fun with Ink & Xaml - Part2: Zoom and Scroll

    Here is some more fun with ink and Xaml: Scrolling and zooming ink content - in WPF it is as easy as 1,2,3: 1) place an InkCanvas inside a ScrollViewer 2) assign a ScaleTransform to InkCanvas' LayoutTransform 3) data-bind to ScaleX/ScaleY properties in order to zoom in and out All of this...
  • Blog Post: Fun with Ink & Xaml - Part1: Ink Reflections

    With the InkCanvas element in WPF you can create stunning inking experiences for TabletPC users (mouse users can play along, too!). Several very cool scenarios can be enabled just by writing markup - without any additional code behind. Here is a first example: an ink input field (takes input from...
  • Blog Post: .NET 3.5: Viewport2DVisual3D and Ink

    WPF 3.5 includes an exciting new feature: Viewport2DVisual3D. It makes building interactive 3D experiences very easy and is nicely integrated with the rest of the WPF Platform. I have used this feature to write a new version of the "Ink Postcard" sample that I wrote a few years back for the Windows SDK...
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