“In December 2005, Microsoft released a Community Technology Preview of Windows Presentation Foundation, the new presentation subsystem for Windows that unifies development of documents, graphics, and applications into a common platform. In this article, we take a brief look at some of the new features that are part of the December CTP as well as the changes that have been made since the previous releases.”
What’s New in Windows Presentation Foundation
2005-12-30 Windows 2 Comments
Windows is so fundemantally boring and dull.
Naming things after mystical islands doesnt remove the edge from the cutting knife of tedium.
Still the dwindling gang of manic Microsoft fans will be celebrating another great innovation from the company that never knowingly has an original idea, yet still patents them by the dozen.
There really isn’t much to comment on here. Mostly just small changes in names and stuff being consolidated.
However, being able to initiate an animation with any trigger now is definitely useful. It’s always good to avoid forcing people to create hacks.
XAML seems so overwhelming to learn. I’ll be actually waiting for a decent book to come out on it to learn it, instead of jumping right in.