Tagged: WPF


COOL SAMPLE: Wikipedia Explorer built on WPF and Windows Azure

Dot Net Solutions recently released a new version of its Wikipedia Explorer application built on top of Windows Azure. The project is about visualizing relationships between documents within Wikipedia and features a cool user interface built on Windows Presentation Foundation. To learn more about this great sample application, head over to Dot Net Solutions’ website.  You can actually download and run the application (via ClickOnce) here.


P&P ships Composite Application Guidance for WPF

The Patterns & Practices team has recently released the Composite Application Guidance for WPF which provides guidance for “componetizing” the development of enterprise-class WPF applications across multiple development teams, with each team owning a piece of the application, and then seamlessly integrating these pieces into one homogenous application. Included in the guidance package is a reference implementation of WPF application, CFI Stock Trader, that models this guidance, reusable library code (called the Composite Application Library),...


New Library of Congress website launches on MOSS 2007

 I mentioned in a previous post the work I’ve been doing with the Library of Congress.  It has been a great effort and an excellent showcase of the power and flexibility of our platform.  On April 12th, we closed another chapter in this unprecendented effort by officially launching their myLOC.gov website.  The website has been architected and built on top of a platform consisting of SharePoint Server 2007, Silverlight, Windows Communication Foundation, and Windows Live ID. ...


Library of Congress Video Case Study Posted on MIX Website

Over the past year, I’ve had the opportunity to work on some really cool and unique projects.  I’m proud to add yet another project to my portfolio, which is the current work we’re doing with the Library of Congress and the delivery of what they’re calling their “New Visitors Experience”, set to launch in the next month.  As the Microsoft Solutions Architect for this effort, I must say that to date we’ve produced some compelling solutions...

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