They say that a picture speaks a thousand words. So here are some to whet your appetite. Read next post to get started using the WPF Ribbon. Pete Brown’s blog post about the WPF Ribbon makes an interesting read as well.
Hey WPFers – Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4 have been
available since April 2010. In it, the WPF team delivered a great set of oft-requested features and capabilities that many customers asked for:
and Caret Brushes
XAML/BAML Parser Engine
State Manager (VSM)
Framework 4 Client Profile
Controls for Rich Client
Pixel Shader 3 Support
New Text Rendering Stack
Binding Support for DLR
Windows 7 and Office Ribbon Control
Hi WPFers – As a pretty big ClickOnce fan, I’m super excited to see the most requested feature now available for CodePlexers.
Try it out and let us know what you think!
They announced the release yesterday:
How to deploy your codeplex project with clickonce
If you have a codeplex project (WPF or Windows Forms),
Hi WPFers – There’s now a pretty convenient way to quickly visualize & locate code samples that the WPF User Education has available online – via a WPF Documentation Sample Mind Map.
If you prefer to see a list of the samples,