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ASP.NET MVC 4: What’s New for Mobile Development in ASP.NET MVC 4
With the popularity of mobile and tablet devices, it’s no surprise that improving the mobile Web site development experience was such a focus in ASP.NET MVC 4. What’s nice is how well it succeeded, as Keith Burnell explains. The article covers features in the upcoming release of ASP.NET MVC4 targeted specifically at mobile Web site development. These features range from making it easier to create a mobile specific sites to making it less work to get your standard MVC site displaying correctly on mobile devices and finally making your feel native with jQuery Mobile.
30 Apr 2012, 18:00:00 Source: ASP.NET MVC 4: What’s New for Mobile Development in... Tags: Tablet PC
Touch Screen Explorer with Pen Flicks for Tablet PC
Improving users experience in Touch screen/ Tablet PC with the new interface Pen Flicks in Windows Vista?
15 Apr 2007, 21:58:00 Source: Touch Screen Explorer with Pen Flicks for Tablet PC Tags: Mobile Tablet PC
Exploring Tablet PC Application Deployment
You have decided to take the plunge and create a Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition operating system-aware application. This decision comes with a new set of requirements when it comes to enabling Tablet PC-specific features and deployment of your application. This article will take you through the process of creating a Tablet PC-aware application and deploying it in the enterprise.
Tablet PC Input Panel Programmability
Most applications will require some form of text input. By using the ITextInputPanel API you can optimize the pen text-input experience on Tablet PCs.If you have ever used a Tablet PC, you have most likely used Tablet PC Input Panel. Input Panel is the handwriting input tool that lies on top of your application so that you can insert handwritten text into any non-ink enabled Microsoft Windows control. Using Input Panel programmability is a great way to ensure that Input Panel provides the best possible pen input user experience in your application.
Exploring Ink Analysis
The Tablet PC SDK makes it easy to incorporate digital ink and handwriting analysis into applications; and now the InkAnalysis API (available in Windows Vista as well as downlevel to the Microsoft Windows XP operating system through a redistributable) takes it one step further. Actually, the InkAnalysis API exposes some of the lower-level functions that make handwriting recognition possible. It also exposes some functionality that can improve recognition results, support shapes, alternative recognition results, and spatial analysis. In this article, I will take a deeper look into what goes on behind the scenes and how to take advantage of the tablet team's hard work.
The Proper Developer Environments for Mobile PC, Tablet PC, and Ultra-Mobile PC Applications
When Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition appeared in 2002, developers were sometimes confused about whether to write code on a Tablet PC or if it were possible to develop Tablet PC applications on existing desktop computers.The solution turned out to be fairly straightforward, if less than intuitive. However, with the addition of Ultra-Mobile PCs (UMPCs), multiple releases of the Tablet and Touch Technology API, and now the Windows Vista operating system, this question arises again: What do you need to do to set up your developer environment and create applications for these form factors?
29 Mar 2007, 19:00:00 Source: The Proper Developer Environments for Mobile PC, Tablet... Tags: Mobile Tablet PC
Understanding Strokes and Digital Ink
Learn how Ink is created and strokes are managed
Web Ink/Drawing Control
An article on creating and using a web browser (IE only) compatible ink or drawing control using the Microsoft Tablet PC SDK version 1.7. A sample pre-built control is provided for use and demonstration.
Into the Future
Mobile PCs and Tablet PCs are a growing market segment and are of the utmost strategic importance to Microsoft. New developments in hardware, software, developer tools, and SDKs give developers many new opportunities.
Using Ink on the Web
One of the more interesting and challenging places to use Ink is in Web applications. But how can this technology, which is dependent on the physical relationship between the stylus, the digitizer, and the operating system, work over the Internet?