Wednesday, March 07, 2007

WPF/E - How to Create a Media Player

[Spoiler Alert] - This content will be presented at the Kentucky .NET User Group on March 8th, 2007 [/Spoiler Alert]

During the March 8th, 2007 Kentucky .NET User Group meeting I will be presenting an overview of WPF/E. In addition to the overview, I decided it would be helpful to provide a walkthrough of creating a media player to familiarize individuals with the platform.

While I was practicing presenting, I decided to record my presentation and try my hand at my first webcast. If you decide to watch the webcast, I would recommend waiting for the video to be 10% downloaded before clicking the "play" button. I apologize for the inconveniance, however, my presentation has a time limit and I was trying to focus on a lot of the core features of WPF/E. I will try to blog on an intelligent download/playback handler sometime in the near future. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Project Information
    Presentation: here
    Duration: 44:23
    Source Code: here
    Requirements: WPF/E February 2007 CTP

3 comments:

Cornelius J. van Dyk said...

Man this WPF/E stuff is so cool! I wish I had more time to delve into it. Alas, I'll have to settle for watching your blog to keep up. :)

Later
C

Anonymous said...

That was great. thanx

Michael said...

Thanks for your nice post!