• Tim Sneath

    ASP.NET, Atlas, Windows Forms and WPF

    One of the challenges of trying to write a blog like this is getting the level right. I'm conscious that some of my readers are expert "Avalonians" who have been working with the technology since PDC 2003, whilst others are just coming across this technology...
  • Tim Sneath

    WPF Major Breaking Changes in Feb 2006 CTP

    This is intended as a quick guide to the major breaking changes that will affect Windows Presentation Foundation applications, rather than providing an exhaustive list: Schemas have changed for WPF and XAML. Instead of: http://schemas.microsoft...
  • Tim Sneath

    WinFX Runtime Components (February CTP) Now Live

    We've just published the February CTP of the WinFX Runtime Components. This is a big step forward for Windows Presentation Foundation in particular, with several months of development work being exposed for the first time. (Those of you with eagle eyes...
  • Tim Sneath

    First Steps to Learning WPF

    A basic question I'm often asked is "where can I go to learn about WPF?" I like to answer this question here on the blog every now and again, both for new readers and to take account of new or changed materials. Here are a few useful resources that...
  • Tim Sneath

    Five Great WPF 3D Nuggets

    If you're building a 3D application using Windows Presentation Foundation, you'll find these links handy: Firstly, Daniel Lehenbauer shares the trackball implementation that we use internally in almost all of our 3D demos for using the mouse to...
  • Tim Sneath

    WPF "15 Puzzle" Sample Application

    I want to start sharing a couple of small demos that highlight various facets of Windows Presentation Foundation. We've just finished delivering a one-day overview of WPF to a selected audience of ISVs here in Redmond, and from next week we'll be taking...
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