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A short list of WPF/E exmaples

Tags: AJAX, JavaScript, Silverlight, WPFE

- Flash and WPF/E combined:
http://thewpfblog.com/examples/wpfe/microbe/Default.html

- Page Turner
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=79204&clcid=0x409

- Sprawl Game
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=79206&clcid=0x409

- Film Strip Slide-Show
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=79208&clcid=0x409

- Media Library
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=79205&clcid=0x409

- Channel 9 Player (this is amazing, play the video, then shapeshift)
http://channel9.msdn.com/playground/wpfe/ch9player/default.html

- Embed Videos in your Web Site
http://www.chanduthota.com/wpfe/help.html

- http://peteblois.members.winisp.net/Seventeen/

- Simple Animation
http://www.simplegeek.com/mharsh/animation/default.html

- Channel9 WPF/E section
http://channel9.msdn.com/playground/wpfe/

- Egg Timer with animation, sound and transparencies
http://www.interfacett.com/wpfe/EggTimer/Default.html

- Mouse Tracking
http://www.interfacett.com/wpfe/MouseTrack/

- Examples from Mike Taulty
http://mtaulty.com/wpfe/ex1.html
http://mtaulty.com/wpfe/ex2.html
http://mtaulty.com/wpfe/ex3.html
http://mtaulty.com/wpfe/ex4.html
http://mtaulty.com/wpfe/ex5.html
http://mtaulty.com/wpfe/ex6.html
http://mtaulty.com/wpfe/ex7.html  (nice video animation)

- Storyboard animation example
http://winfx.members.winisp.net/wpfe/multpointanimation/default.htm

My current experience is that WPF/E is a great technology which can be a competitor of Macromedia Flash. The xml syntax is one of the big benefits which can be created with any programming language instead of writing some binary format. The power using media files and transformation is great. I found already a lot of export utilities that convert well-known file types into WPF/E (or XAML).

Update: added more examples in my Google group for WPF/E.

1 Comment

  • Taufik said

    What about SVG? It is based on XML. ..and MS should concentrate on beefing up SVG instead of keep creating "new" stuff/acronym if they really wants to standardise it

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