• Tim Sneath

    Windows Vista Aero Pt. 1 - Adding Glass to a Windows Forms Application

    In a brief departure from my usual ramblings about Windows Presentation Foundation, I wanted to write a couple of technical posts about using new Windows Vista shell features from managed code. To start off, I thought I'd talk about how to add glass to...
  • Tim Sneath

    Want to be the Next Tim Sneath?

    Well, ugh - of course you don't - who would? It's a horrible thought...! But perhaps you think you'd be a good fit for the open position we have in our team right now for another Windows Presentation Foundation evangelist, in which case, read on. We...
  • Tim Sneath

    XPS Standalone Viewer Now Available

    XPS is the fixed format document technology that ships in Windows Presentation Foundation. It's a specification for a subset of XAML that can describe the layout and form of one or more printed pages, and is intended for allowing applications to generate...
  • Tim Sneath

    Building WPF Projects on Vista Without Tools...

    If you walked into my office at a random moment during the day, chances are that you'd find one of my machines in the middle of a Windows Vista installation. As most people know, we produce daily internal test builds (actually, probably more like 20-30...
  • Tim Sneath

    Magnifier: An Interesting Discovery

    I've been playing around with some of the accessibility and UI automation features in Windows Vista recently, with the view to writing a short article on the topic. En route , I came across a somewhat remarkable discovery (to me, at least). I'm sure...
  • Tim Sneath

    Learn WPF in 20 Minutes!

    Well, perhaps I'm exaggerating a little (!), but we've just posted a great 20-minute screencast from Fil Fortes (one of the PMs on the WPF team), who builds a XAML browser application from scratch using XAMLPad, Visual Studio 2005 and Expression Interactive...
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