Matthias Shapiro

developer/integrator with IdentityMine, infovis enthusiast

Monthly Archives: January 2008

WPF Wii Multi-Point Tutorials, Part 2: Writing a Code-less Wiimote Program

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 OK, I hope no one is using my last post as an example of what you should be doing when interfacing the Wiimote with WPF.

WPF Multi-Point Tutorials, Part 1.5: WPF Visualization of Wii Data

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Download WPF Wii Data Visualizer (App only, 355K) Download WPF Wii Data Visualizer (Visual Studio 2008 Source,

WPF Multi-Point Tutorials, Part 1: Connecting the Wiimote Controller

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OK, so I've taken note of multi-point WPF a couple times now (both times were in regards to Rick Barraza's Cynergy demo) and

Embedded ListView Columns (Columns Within Columns)

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Please Read: Strangely, when you do a Google search for "wpf" and "listview", this is one of the top links. This is odd

Subtle Site Changes

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Because I've noticed that some of my posts are running a bit long (I just finished writing one that weighs in at 6 pages

WPF Multitouch via Rick Barraza

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Last time I was at Microsoft, I spoke briefly (for about 2 hours) with Rick Barraza about the need to get designers into the

How do I style the ListView column gripper (also known as a “splitter” or a “seperator”)

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I had a question from a reader in an earlier post on how to resize the ListView Gripper (seen below) so I wanted to address

Styling the ListView Column Header

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ListView header Styling is one of the most difficult styling pieces I've had to deal with. Part of this is because it is

Heading to MIX 08

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I just signed up for MIX 08, Microsoft's annual Vegas conference for web developers an designers. They've extended the

Styling ListView Items Using Blend

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So... you've got your listview and you want your items to look a certain way. In this post, we'll look at changing as many