Expression Blend Training: New Lab Posted, Training Wiki Updated

This summer, I posted a five day course for WPF.  While this content is all still relevant, using a blog to disseminate this information is, well, so old school.  Unless I constantly update the post, it doesn’t have all the latest and greatest sites, tutorials, books and more.  Wikis make so much more sense for this…

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3D Cloth Source Code Posted: Technique for WPF 3D Morph Mesh

There is a great 3D cloth demo that has been floating around interally for awhile and shown at conferences, talks, channel 9 interviews, etc. However, we haven’t ever posted the source code . . . until now.  You can run it from here and download the source code here. I didn’t write this code; David…

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Inspired By Flash Math Creativity #2: WPF Planets

My next inspiration from the algorithms introduced in Flash Math Creativity was based on the work of Jamie MacDonald. In looking at his work,  I quickly realized that I was going to need to brush up on my trigonometry skills. This led me to another great Friend of Ed book, Foundation ActionScript Animation: Making Things Move,…

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Inspired By Flash Math Creativity: WPF Flowers

I’ve recently picked up a great book called Flash Math Creativity.  I been inspired by some of the techniques it outlines and have played around with similar ideas in WPF.  The exercise has been a fruitful one, in that I’m making some pleasing computer art while also learning about the differences between Action Script animation…

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WPF Application Portfolio Wiki Updated — More WPF Apps!

Tim Sneath has been doing a great job of blogging the many Vista/WPF showcase applications that are being deployed right now.  If you are looking for a quick list of URLs that you can hit for the .XBAP or .APPLICATION files, please go to the WPF Application Portfolio wiki, which I’ve updated with all the links,…

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