Windows API Code Pack for Microsoft .NET Framework - Updated deck & PDC 2009 sessions Videos

At PDC09, Microsoft released a new Windows API Code Pack version 1.0.1, and demoed how to use the API Code Pack to build great Windows 7 applications. Number of commercial apps that leverage various Windows 7 technologies is too long to list, but here’re few popular apps: iTunes, Kindle for PDC, Autodesk Project Cooper, and […]

At PDC09, Microsoft released a new Windows API Code Pack version 1.0.1, and demoed how to use the API Code Pack to build great Windows 7 applications. Number of commercial apps that leverage various Windows 7 technologies is too long to list, but here’re few popular apps: iTunes, Kindle for PDC, Autodesk Project Cooper, and Seesmic Desktop. While not all these apps use API Code Pack (some are not even managed), they all tap Windows 7 features to enhance user experience. Windows API Code Pack enables managed code developers to take advantage of such features and build great windows applications. If you missed the session, you can download updated deck including speaker notes and watch the video.

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