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  • Blog Post: Image Tips for Windows Phone 7

    If you are developing for Windows Phone you have probably been using the the Image element in various places of your UI already. Using the Image element is very easy and wouldn't warrent a blog post: just set the Source property to the URI of your image and you are done, right? Yeah, pretty much - however...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 4 OOB - Handwriting Recognition & Text-To-Speech

    I have been sitting on this sample for quite a while, but never found the time to get it ready for a post. Before I switch the focus of my blog over to Windows Phone 7 development, I wanted to get this out of the way first :-) With Silverlight 4, we introduced an exciting new capability for Out-Of...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 3: Perspective 3D

    Silverlight 3 Beta has been released today. This release includes a number of exciting new features that I want to illustrate with a series of quick samples on my blog. ( more info on Silverlight 3 Beta and how to get the bits and tools ). The first new feature I want to show is Perspective 3D transformation...
  • Blog Post: Custom Ink Rendering in Silverlight 2

    Drawing ink with the built-in stroke objects works great for handwriting and annotations. In some scenarios, however, you may want something more fancy that takes advantage of Silverlight's rich graphics capabilities. Creating ink strokes with a customized appearance is fairly straight forward with...
  • Blog Post: Erasing Ink in Silverlight 2

    Another frequently asked question around inking in Silverlight is about erasing Ink strokes after they have been collected or loaded. Unlike WPF or the Tablet SDK for COM & Winforms, Silverlight does not come with controls that have built-in eraser modes in the box. However, with a little bit of...
  • Blog Post: Saving Ink to IsolatedStorage with Silverlight 2

    One of the questions I have seen quite a few times in the Silverlight.net forums is how to persists (and de-persists) ink in Silverlight 2. Unlike WPF, Silverlight does not support a binary persistence format (ISF), but you can write some code to save and load ink to and from XAML. To demonstrate how...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 Released - Write On!

    Now that Silverlight 2 is released, I finally got around to updating my blog after a long time of silence. For those of you interested in handwriting and Tablet related technologies, I want to start out with a canonical example of a Silverlight 2 Inking application. There have been a couple of OM changes...
  • Blog Post: Snipping Pictures with Silverlight

    One of my favorite tools on the Tablet PC is the 'Snipping Tool'. I have been using it frequently since the early XP days (back then we shipped it seperately as a Power Toy). Now in Vista, it's part of the main OS and I find myself using it quite often event on my desktop PC. When I was using the...
  • Blog Post: Ink Reflections - in Silverlight

    I have received several question from folks about my earlier post on Ink Reflections in WPF . People were curious how to accomplish the same or a similar effect in Silverlight, in the absence of the VisualBrush object. Clearly, WPF's VisualBrush is the main object that enables scenarios like this...
  • Blog Post: Annotating Video with Ink using Silverlight

    Silverlight makes delivering video content in the browser very easy. Silverlight also has ink support built-in. So why not combine these two features to enable some great new scenarios? I have put together a little sample using Silverlight v1.0 to record and play back ink annotations, synchronized...
  • Blog Post: Ink blogging - using Windows Journal and Silverlight Streaming!

    Are you using Windows Journal to jot down your thoughts on your Tablet PC? Did you ever wish to publish your handwritten notes to your blog? Here is one way to do this: The TabletPC SDK provides a Journal Reader API that provides access to the content of the .jnt file. Now you can read all content...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Ink SDK Sample - hosted through Silverlight Streaming

    With the 'Silverlight Streaming' service you can now invoke a hosted Silverlight application using an IFrame - without any JavaScript! This allows you to embed Silverlight content on sites that do not allow adding JavaScript, as long as they support IFrames. For details refer to this MSDN topic . ...
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