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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.
2007-03-29 19:00:00   Source: Tablet PC Input Panel Programmability   Tags: Tablet PC

WPF Surface Panel

Implementing Windows Surface like behavior in a standard WPF panel
2011-03-14 09:52:00   Source: WPF Surface Panel   Tags: WPF

Animating Interactive 2D Elements in a 3D Panel

This article reviews a custom WPF panel, named Panel3D, which hosts two-dimensional elements in three-dimensional space. You can supply an instance of Panel3D with objects to display, or you can use it as the items host of an ItemsControl. If you use Panel3D as the items host of a ListBox, the front-most item is automatically the selected item in the ListBox. Panel3D arranges its 3D models along a straight path, and provides animated movement of 3D models along that path. In addition, the panel implements a simple form of UI virtualization so that it runs quickly even if it contains hundreds of items..

2008-04-07 23:00:00   Source: Animating Interactive 2D Elements in a 3D Panel   Tags: GUI Components

Industrial Controls

A library of controls with a custon renderer for use in the controls processes panel display: Leds, Meters, Buttons and Knobs.
2008-04-11 13:09:00   Source: Industrial Controls   Tags: Components GUI

Adding Smart Tags to Windows Forms Controls

One new features in Visual Studio 2005 is the support for smart tags.A smart tag is a panel that displays next to a control and contains a list of commonly used properties.
2007-06-28 19:00:00   Source: Adding Smart Tags to Windows Forms Controls   Tags: Examples Components

Creating a Step-by-Step User Interface with the ASP.NET 2.0 Wizard Control: The Basics

The wizard - a standard user interface element in desktop applications - takes the user through a series of discrete steps in order to accomplish some task. A wizard step typically includes instructions, input controls, and an interface for moving between the wizard's steps (typically Next and Previous buttons, with a Finish button at the last step). Furthermore, wizards often include different steps depending on the inputs chosen in previous steps.

Wizards have typically been the domain of desktop applications, but have recently become more prevalent in web applications. In ASP.NET 1.x, developers who wanted to implement a wizard-like user interface would often use multiple Panel Web controls, one for each Wizard step. As they user progressed through the wizard by hitting the Next and Previous buttons, the appropriate Panel could be displayed (have its Visible property set to True), while the others hidden (have their Visible properties set to False).

ASP.NET 2.0 makes creating wizard interfaces a lot less work thanks to its new Wizard control. With the Wizard control, we can define a series of Wizard steps and specify the content - static HTML and Web controls - that belongs in each step along with the function of the step, whether it's the first step, one step in the series of steps, the final step, or a summary step to appear after the wizard has completed. The Wizard control automatically includes the appropriate navigation elements for each step, remembers the values entered into the Web controls in each step, and includes a rich event model from which programmatic logic can be added to perform the desired task upon finishing the wizard (among other tasks)..

2006-06-13 19:00:00   Source: Creating a Step-by-Step User Interface with the ASP.NET...   Tags: ASP.NET

Design and UX: Authoring Windows Store Apps in Blend

Windows 8 Special Issue 2012

Explore how Expression Blend for Visual Studio 2012 can be used to create UIs for Windows Store apps using XAML or HTML. Examples show the Blend Device panel, CSS editors, data template editing and interactive mode.
2012-10-09 18:00:00   Source: Design and UX: Authoring Windows Store Apps in Blend   Tags: Visual Studio

ImageViewer UserControl

The ImageViewer UserControl is something I created to fill in a gap I experienced in displaying images on my forms. I wanted to be able to zoom in, zoom out, rotate my images and best of all, not having to scale my images down to make it fit inside my forms.

I have looked around and found solutions such as dragging PictureBoxes inside of a panel, potentially good but it had it's issues. With this article I want to share my work to those who might be having this very same issue.

2010-04-07 09:20:00   Source: ImageViewer UserControl   Tags: Components Graphics

BSEtunes

BSEtunes is a MySQL based, full manageable, networkable single or multiuser jukebox application. With BSEtunes the user could listen single- or multi selected songs, random songs, complete albums, songs in playlists etc. You could filter the random playback or create unlimited numbers of playlists. For selections drag the content from one panel to another. BSEtunes contains also an intergrated wpf coverflow clone.
2010-04-24 05:16:00   Source: BSEtunes   Tags: Examples Multimedia

UFrame: goodness of UpdatePanel and IFRAME combined

UFrame makes a DIV behave like an IFRAME that can load any ASP.NET/PHP/HTML page and allows all postback and hyperlink navigation to happen within the DIV - a painless way to make regular pages fully AJAX enabled
2011-06-11 11:02:00   Source: UFrame: goodness of UpdatePanel and IFRAME combined   Tags: ASP.NET
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