• Tim Sneath

    Hot Off the Presses: WinFX June CTP Is Here...

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    So I'm glad to announce that the WinFX June CTP has just arrived; you can find the download for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 here (the next Windows Vista CTP, due imminently, will also include this same release). As you may have heard at TechEd...
  • Tim Sneath

    Read the New York Times with Windows Presentation Foundation

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    I wanted to link to this on10 video , which shows Kevin Gjerstad demonstrating the New York Times reader application. This is a great example of the transformative power of WPF for content sites: the flow content features allow adaptive columnar layout...
  • Tim Sneath

    This is Not The WPF Blog...

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    ... this is . I'm in awe of the cool demo visualizations that Lee Brimelow (author of the well-regarded TheFlashBlog ) has put together since he started to experiment with WPF. If you've got Windows Vista Beta 2 or just the WinFX Runtime Components...
  • Tim Sneath

    Which Colour Is Darker in WPF - Gray or DarkGray?

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    The answer might not be what you'd expect. In XAML, you can express colours in a number of different ways. One option is to use the 24-bit hexadecimal RGB notation that is common in the web, for example: < Ellipse Width = " 300 " Height = " 100...
  • Tim Sneath

    Twenty of the First Windows Vista Applications - Is Yours Ready?

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    Check out See Windows Vista if you haven't already to see twenty applications that give a glimpse of the new wave of rich client applications that Windows Vista will enable, built on top of the Windows Presentation Foundation. One of the first of these...
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