Tablet PC: Getting started with InkAnalysis in WPF

So far, I’ve highlighted working with the new InkAnalysis API (common API that exposes both ink parsing and handwriting recognition) using the COM and Winforms APIs. Now that WPF is public, let’s take a look at how you can incorporate InkAnalysis with your WPF application. We’ll take a look at adding InkAnalysis functionality to the…

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InkAnalysis in action, new search tool for Tablet PC

Ed Holloway just released a search tool for the Tablet PC that was written using the InkAnalysis API, check it out at: http://www.edholloway.com/archive/2006/11/21/Announcing-Ink-Search-Tool-for-Tablet-PCs_21002100_.aspx -Gavin

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Mobile PC Developers: Two great webcasts coming up…

MSDN Webcast: Windows Vista Sync Center for Windows Mobile Developers – Mon, 11/27, 1:00 P.M. PTIf your application handles data that needs to be synchronized between devices, the new Windows Vista Sync Center allows your application to implement a “Sync Center Handler” to perform such synchronization. Dr. Neil Roodyn will guide you through the process…

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Tablet PC: Cool UMPC developer webcast coming up…

If you are interested in developing applications for the UMPC (Ultra-Mobile PC) you should check out the upcoming webcast on msdn:   MSDN Webcast: Overview of Ultra-Mobile PC (UMPC) Development for Windows Vista – 11/14 10am PT 

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Virtual Earth 3D Beta1 –vs- Google Earth head to head! You won’t believe what you see…

I recently went on a dirtbiking trip with my new Garmin GPS and was really impressed by Google Earth. I was able to load my tracks and waypoints from MapSource directly into Google Earth and view the tracks and surrounding scenery in 3D… Wow!   Yesterday, Microsoft released the Beta1 Virtual Earth 3D components, and…

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Tablet PC: InkAnalysis now available from the RTM Windows Vista SDK

Well, now that the Windows Vista SDK has been released to the web: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=C2B1E300-F358-4523-B479-F53D234CDCCF&displaylang=en   there are now two options for developing Tablet PC applications that utilize the InkAnalysis API!   Option 1: Install the Tablet PC Platform SDK 1.7 and Input Supplement, see the following post for instructions: http://blogs.msdn.com/gavingear/archive/2006/09/15/756274.aspx This option  installs all InkAnalysis…

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Tablet PC: New InkAnalysis post on getdotnet…

Today Rick Spencer uploaded a cool sample illustrating you can add a custom handwriting input panel to your .NET application using the InkAnalysis API… Check it out at:http://www.gotdotnet.com/Community/UserSamples/Details.aspx?SampleGuid=CCCD4A2E-AF87-4419-B47E-80D68B8BA9B1  -Gavin

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Tablet PC: How to redistribute the COM InkAnalysis API with your application

Yesterday, I posted about how to redistribute the Winforms InkAnalysis API with your application. Today we’ll take a quick look at redistributing the COM InkAnalysis API with your application. With Windows Forms, we had two options: The first being to have the setup and deployment project detect the dependencies, and to correspondingly have it include…

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Tablet PC: How to redistribute the Windows Forms InkAnalysis API with your application

So what does it take to redistribute the Winforms InkAnalysis API with your application? Not much. There are really two options if you are creating a “Setup and deployment” project in Visual Studio .NET 2005.   Option 1: Add your product binaries to the “Setup and deployment” project and let Visual Studio detect the dependencies….

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Tablet PC: Overview of InkAnaysis events

The InkAnalysis API exposes functionality for both layout analysis (parsing) of ink, and the handwriting recognition for that ink as well. The InkAnalyzer class has several events that can be hooked up to in order to perform different tasks. For a complete list of events and brief descriptions of those events, see the example code…

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