Shawn Van Ness will be hosting a WebCast on MSDN on Tuesday, May 23 from 12 – 1:00 pm Pacific Time covering Tablet PC development and WinFX (aka Avalon). Here is a description on the webcast from Shawn’s blog:
Part of the WinFX Runtime Components 3.0, Windows Presentation Foundation (formerly code-named “Avalon”) incorporates a number of features previously found only on the Tablet PC platform, such as digital ink and stylus input. This means WinFX applications will be able to collect, render, and edit digital ink on any system—not just Tablet PC systems. It also means Tablet PC applications will be able to do things that were not possible before, such as collect ink over video, or render ink in 3-D. Join this webcast to learn about the InkCanvas element, Stylus input events, and other Windows Presentation Foundation features that can help you develop richer Tablet PC applications in less time.
Presenter: Shawn Van Ness, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
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