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Building Touch Apps with UI for WPF

Building Touch Apps with UI for WPF

It's 2015 and with the release of Windows 8, touch is becoming the norm for PC users. PC manufactures are releasing touch-screens for everything, including laptops. This doesn't mean that you have to abandon you skill set and write Windows Store Apps to utilize this functionality. With Telerik UI for WPF, you can make any app touch-friendly with just a couple of lines of code. In this session, we will take a standard WPF app and turn it into an application that responds to various gestures including: swipes, pinch, tap, tap and move and tap and hold. We will also explore various touch-friendly controls and explore scenarios of when you should or shouldn't use this feature.

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Michael Crump

May 11, 2015
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  1. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA May 3-5, 2015

    | Boston, Massachusetts USA Building Touch Apps with UI for WPF Michael Crump | @mbcrump | michaelcrump.net
  2. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA The Desktop

  3. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA With Windows 8

    - Surface Tablets
  4. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA With Windows 8

    - Screen
  5. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA With Windows 8

    - Laptop
  6. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA We heard the

    Windows 8 message loud and clear…
  7. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA Windows 8 Controls

  8. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA ..but what about

    earlier versions of Windows?
  9. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA Touch-Enabled Controls for

    WPF
  10. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA Most commonly used

    Gestures (Swipe, Pinch, Tap) 1/2
  11. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA Most commonly used

    Gestures (Tap & Move, Tap & Hold) 2/2
  12. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA Telerik UI for

    WPF Controls
  13. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA Now that the

    touch interaction was built-in, we needed to style our controls.
  14. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA Default RadGridView

  15. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA RadGridView with Windows8Touch

    Theme
  16. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA RadChartView

  17. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA Maps

  18. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA RadRadialMenu

  19. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA But what if

    you’re wanting the Windows 8.1 look and feel?
  20. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA

  21. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA RadTileList

  22. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA Demos!

  23. May 3-5, 2015 | Boston, Massachusetts USA Thanks! Q&A Time

    Slides/Code: https://github.com/mbcrump/TelerikNextWPF Session Survey: http://bit.ly/next-crump-1