About the Talk
April 21, 2011 4:00 AM
Multi-touch technology is popping up everywhere, most recently in Windows 7 and various .NET technologies. Windows 7 has been designed from the ground-up with multi-touch in mind, and the newest versions of WPF and Silverlight are multi-touch capable as well. In this session I will take you through the 4 biggest areas of Microsoft multi-touch technology: Windows 7, WPF 4, Silverlight, and Surface, including the forthcoming Surface Toolkit for Windows Touch. You will learn how to make your applications multi-touch aware and capable using each of these platforms, how to handle gestures and manipulations properly across platforms, and learn where multi-touch is heading in the future with regard to Microsoft development.
You will learn:
How to develop multi-touch applications in Silverlight 3 / 4 How to develop multi-touch applications in WPF 4 How to develop multi-touch applications in Surface (including the forthcoming Surface Toolkit for Windows Touch) How to develop multi-touch applications that are cross-technology compatible