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  • Blog Post: Write Your Own Surface App with WPF!

    Hey WPF devs - as of today you can get the Microsoft Surface 2.0 SDK and write your own surface app. You can even use a Windows 7 touch computer to create and test your app! To start playing and get more info, go to the !
  • Blog Post: WPF Shell Integration Library for .NET 3.5

    One of the exciting new features in .NET 4 is the ability to use Windows 7 Shell features like Jump Lists, Thumbnail Buttons, and progress indicators in Taskbar buttons, with your WPF applications. These features are found in the System.Windows.Shell namespace in .NET 4. However, if you need to target...
  • Blog Post: Fishbowl – A Facebook sample app in WPF

    uxlabs@Microsoft has just released Fishbowl, a sample client application for Facebook, complete with source code. Fishbowl requires .NET 3.5 and uses WPF and ClickOnce . If you’re using Windows 7, it also demonstrates new features such as Jump Lists, taskbar previews, and multitouch. You can get more...
  • Blog Post: .NET Framework 4 Beta 2 documentation now available

    Docs for .NET Framework 4 Beta 2 , Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) , and Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 are now available at MSDN. You can get information on installing the beta here . Here are some of the latest updates to the WPF documentation that you might want to check out. What's New...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 available for download

    The Windows SDK for Windows 7 and the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 is now available for download. Click here to download. For details on what's in the SDK, see the Microsoft Windows SDK Blog .
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