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WPF/E: Setting up your workstation for development December 16, 2006

Posted by Patricio in Software Engineering, WPF.
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So you’ve installed the WPF/E runtime and played with a few samples.  You’ve probably also installed the WPF/E SDK and opened up some of the sample source code.  What next?  Write your own WPF/E code, of course!

Adam Kinney has posted a video on Channel 9 about Getting Started with WPF/E. It’s worth a listen (I say listen because the code on his screen is illegible, but it’s interesting anyway).  In this video he opens up a WPF/E project template and uses that as a starting point.  So where is this template and how can you get it?  Well, there’s a hard way and an easy way to get it …

More details on John Rayner’s Blog

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