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  • Blog Post: Download DinnerNow.NET Sample Application

    DinnerNow.NET is a cool sample application demonstrates how you can develop a connected application using several new Microsoft technologies including: .NET Framework 3.0 technologies – WF, WCF, WPF, and CardSpace Core technologies native to Windows Vista and Windows Server “Longhorn” such as IIS7, Windows...
  • Blog Post: can I install .net 3.0 extensions on Visual Studio 2003?

    The extensions for .net framework 3.0 (templates to create .net 3.0 applications, like WPF, WCF, WF) only work with Visual Studio 2005. You may look at this site http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=F54F5537-CC86-4BF5-AE44-F5A1E805680D&displaylang=en under the system requirements...
  • Blog Post: UniveRss 3D Reader

    Check out UniveRSS . This WPF application lets you explore your RSS feeds in a 3D space, mapping your feeds to rotating cubes. There is a grid view if you prefer old-school navigation. Best of all, the app is only a 364k download
  • Blog Post: WPF-XBAP Online Gallery

    Now you can 'virtually' turn the pages of the most precious books, magnify details, read or listen to expert commentary on each page, and store or share your own notes through the British Library Online Gallery . This is using the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) technology and you hardware needs...
  • Blog Post: Yahoo Messenger on Vista

    This is pretty cool, the new version of Yahoo Messenger is Built from the ground up specifically for Microsoft Windows Vista. It is based on Windows Presentation Foundation and gives a totally great user experience to the user. Some of the features like animation, 3D effects, resizing the windows, aero...
  • Blog Post: New York Times Reader, tried that?

    Download the New York Times Reader here and try it out, it is really cool !! Times Reader runs on Microsoft's new Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). It uses the WPF technologies to build an online news reading application for the users, which gives users a more interactive and better online reading...
  • Blog Post: WPF/E Cool Application

    WPF/E is a subset of WPF, and stands for "Windows Presentation Foundation Everywhere". It is basically a mobile version of WPF, based on XAML and Javascript. 3D features are not included, but XPS, vector-based drawing, and hardware acceleration, are. There is a very cool WPF/E sample at Channel 9...
  • Blog Post: How to: Embed Video into WPF Application

    Here is a simple walkthrough on how to embed video into your WPF application. I create a XAML browser application as a sample for this walkthrough. First I need to add an image acts as the video preview photo and a video into my application. Next, I define 2 rows. One row is going to put an image...
  • Blog Post: <FlowDocumentReader> : Enhance Online Reading Experience with WPF

    WPF supports two categories of documents: fixed documents and flow documents. Fixed documents look exactly the same whether they're rendered on a screen or a printer. The fixed-format documents supported by WPF are defined by XPS. Where by the flow documents are intended solely for on-screen display...
  • Blog Post: Bind Controls to RSS feed using WPF

    Data Binding is the process that connects that data with the User Interface of your application. The easy communication between the two enables us to easily achieve a very clean separation of the UI and business logic, allowing designers and developers to work in parallel doing what they do best. ...
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