In my last post I discussed the 3 adorner spaces in the new Cider adorner placement API’s. In this post I will discuss these API’s in a little more detail. Note at the time of this writing, the spcific class … Continue reading
I have recently been redesigning the architecture used to specify adorner placement within Cider. This is a good time for us to get to a common understanding of the coordinate systems that affect our adorners in WPF and how they can … Continue reading
If you have a machine still running Windows XP SP2 and you’d like to play with some fun simple game development code, check out XNA Game Studio Express. http://msdn.microsoft.com/directx/xna/gse/ This install requires Visual C# Express to first be installed. Visual … Continue reading
WPF offers distinctly different techniques for rendering graphical elements. The top level is adding shape elements such as Rectangle, Ellipse, and Path to a Panel element. This is what we see in the multitude of XAML based samples. Below I … Continue reading
Nikola is one of the QA members of the Cider Team. He is now blogging at http://blogs.msdn.com/nikola/. Be sure to check it out and encourage him to blog more.
Well, I’ve survived yet another vacation. After 1900 miles, 5 states, 8 tanks of gas, 5 hotels, 2 horseback rides I return home with 8 gigabytes of photos, aches, pains, more bug bites than I can count, and fine new … Continue reading
.Net Framework 3.0 has been announced. It includes Windows Workflow Foundation, Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Presentation Foundation, and Windows CardSpace. A new community site has been launched to support this, NetFx3.com Check it out, sign up, and contribute!