I’ve updated the behavior available in the Expression Community gallery adding Multi-Touch manipulation (translation, rotation and zoom) and inertia effects using code from the Surface Manipulations and Inertia Sample for Microsoft Silverlight. To enable Multi-Touch in your code simply download the behavior from here, add the project...Read More..
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Lot of news this week! Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Beta 2 are now available for download here, Jeff Beehler has posted some useful info about this “go live” release. The new Silverlight Toolkit October 2009 Release is also available on Codeplex featuring...Read More..
Windows 7 is now available, it’s time to build new user experiences using the new stuff, like multi-touch! To play with this new feature, I have started a Codeplex project at http://multitouch.codeplex.com containing a first WPF custom control (and some Silverlight 3 behaviors, check out...Read More..
Recently I had the possibility to work on some multi-touch stuffs using the .NET wrappers for the touch APIs included in Windows 7 RC. Do you remember Simon? As described by Wikipedia: “Simon is an electronic game of rhythm and memory skill invented by Ralph H....Read More..
The WPF Model-View-ViewModel Toolkit 0.1 is now available on the CodePlex project WPF Futures. It includes a Visual Studio template, a general introduction to M-V-VM and a complete WPF application demonstrating the pattern. Click here to read the original post.Read More..
Read the complete articles here and here. Direct link: http://www.identitymine.com/windows7/ YouTube videos:Read More..
Check out these great posts and videos by Dr Dave: WPF Geospatial Data Visualisation – Part 1 Virtual Earth Geospatial Telemetry Visualisation – Part 1Read More..
In this excellent article, Rob Relyea describes the new features of XAML planned to ship in .NET 4.Read More..
In this post, Jason Zander reveals the new UI for Visual Studio, built on WPF:Read More..
Jaime Rodriguez has posted an awesome example using Windows Presentation Foundation, the M-V-VM pattern and the WPF toolkit. Check out the original post to read the details and download the source code.Read More..