Posts in WPF

Availability of Visual Studio 2010 & .NET Framework 4 Announced

By Brandon LeBlanc

Today Microsoft is announcing the availability of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework   Somasegar, Senior Vice President of the Developer Division here at Microsoft, has posted about the release of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 and the… Read more

Twitter with Friends Using the WPF Client Witty

By Brandon LeBlanc

Twittering with friends seems to be the new "thing-to-do" on the web these Many bloggers are using it and it has even made its way into an episode of CSI! So what exactly is Twitter you ask? Twitter is an… Read more

Building your family tree with Family.Show

By Brandon LeBlanc

A few weeks ago Tim Sneath, who is a Group Manager and Evangelist at Microsoft, posted about which caught my I decided to give it a is a genealogy application built on the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) by a company called… Read more

Building your family tree with Family.Show

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A few weeks ago Tim Sneath, who is a Group Manager and Evangelist at Microsoft, posted about which caught my I decided to give it a is a genealogy application built on the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) by a company called… Read more

Testing out Roxio Central

By Brandon LeBlanc

Today I spent some time testing out Roxio's interesting Roxio Central Preview Roxio Central is a free media burning application built upon WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation).  WPF is built in to Windows Vista (and available for Windows XP). The idea… Read more

Testing out Roxio Central

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Today I spent some time testing out Roxio's interesting Roxio Central Preview Roxio Central is a free media burning application built upon WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation).  WPF is built in to Windows Vista (and available for Windows XP). The idea… Read more

WPF Screensaver Flittrbook from MIX07

By Brandon LeBlanc

Microsoft Technical Evangelist Karsten Januszewski blogs about his WPF Screensaver he created that is installed and running on all the MIX07 PC's called As many of you probably already know - WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) is built in to Windows Vista… Read more