Twenty of the First Windows Vista Applications – Is Yours Ready?

Check out See Windows Vista if you haven't already to see twenty applications that give a glimpse of the new wave of rich client applications that Windows Vista will enable, built on top of the Windows Presentation Foundation. One of the first of these applications to go public is iBloks, which you can now download from their homepage.

If you want to get your own application ready to support Windows Vista, make sure you check out the Windows Vista DevReadiness community site. You'll find information here on the logo requirements for Windows Vista-certified applications as well as tips on how to be compatible with new security features such as User Account Control and the filtering network stack.

Comments (3)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the great resources, Tim! The See Windows Vista is particularly impressive – both design and content-wise. I have a question regarding the ‘Hierarchical Carousel View Prototype’ in the ‘Turning Information Into Action’-part of the presentation. Is there any chance of getting more info about that one? A demo, an article, a blog, anything that can shed a light on the design of the hierarchical carousel. Thanks in advance!

  2. Anonymous says:

    A WPF showcae built on …. Flash

  3. Anonymous says:

    The least iBloks could do is run their site on ASP.NET. What’s with the PHP?

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