Upcoming IronPython Talks

There are few upcoming talks that I’d like to announce: First, at the ASP.Net Connections in Vegas, David Ebbo is giving a talk that’ll be worth attending and will cover how to use IronPython in ASP.Net applications. AMS301: Developing ASP.NET Web Applications with IronPython David EbboIronPython is a new fast implementation of the Python programming language running…

0

IronPython Sample: Direct3D

This sample, written by Lee Culver, provides a step-by-step, comprehensive tutorial on creating graphical applications using managed DirectX API(s) from IronPython. It will teach you how to: Load and render DirectX meshes Position, rotate, and move objects Auto-track objects with cameras The readme.htm in the download (download page: IronPython-1.0-Samples-Direct3D.zip) is quintessential to understanding this sample….

0

IronPython Sample: Pyc

This sample shows developers how to create .NET executables directly out of IronPython scripts. The readme.htm in the download (download page: IronPython-1.0-Samples-Pyc.zip) will get you started.IronPython’s Hosting APIs can be used to compile Python scripts into DLLs, console executables, or Windows executables. The pyc.py script included in this tutorial leverages these hosting APIs and can…

0

IronPython Sample: IPPowerShell

This sample shows how to use PowerShell commands from IronPython by invoking the PowerShell API(s) directly and also by using a nice Python helper class. The samples use both of these techniques to detect whether a host meets some of the minimum system requirements for playing Age of Empires III Trial edition.  The readme.htm in the…

2

IronPython Sample: IronTunes

This sample, written by Brad Dodson, is a music player written in IronPython that uses DirectShow, Windows Presentation Foundation, and COM Interop.  The readme.htm in the download (download page: IronPython-1.0-Samples-IronTunes.zip) will get you started. When launched, IronTunes presents you with a graphical interface from which you can load any number of music files and begin playing…

1

IronPython Sample: FMSynth

This sample, written by Matt Gruskin, is a frequency modulation synthesizer that uses DirectX and System.Windows.Forms.  The readme.htm in the download (download page: IronPython-1.0-Samples-FMsynth.zip) will get you started. In the FMSynth UI you can quickly generate tones by clicking on the provided piano keyboard or take more control by specifying a precise frequency and wave type.  You…

1

IronPython Sample: Slide Local Puzzle

This sample written by Ravi Chugh is an IronPython program that builds on top of System.Windows.Forms to create a fun slide puzzle game using maps.  The readme.htm file in the download (download page: IronPython-1.0-Samples-Puzzle.zip) will get you started.  The puzzle game comes with several maps (games) that you can start with.  If you want more challenging maps, Slide…

1

IronPython Sample: Graphical Disk Usage

This utility written by Jocelyn Turcotte is an IronPython program that leverages Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and System.Windows.Forms to create a handy utility that graphically displays disk usage information.  The readme.htm file in the download (download page: IronPython-1.0-Samples-DiskUse.zip) will get you started. When the application is first launched, a file dialog prompts you to pick a…

1

IronPython Sample: Windows Forms and Map Point

This tutorial, written by Martin Schray, consists of a set of IronPython programs that show how to use the Windows controls found within System.Windows.Forms. These IronPython tutorial programs vary greatly in functionality and include: Several “Hello World” applications showing how to leverage core Windows forms classes An application with an embedded web browser A small…

1

Lang.Net 2006 Compiler Symposium Videos Now Available

The screen cast videos of the various speakers at the Lang.Net 2006 Compiler Symposium are now available: http://www.langnetsymposium.com/speakers.asp.

2