TechEd 2008 WPF Data Visualization Session Resources

Here are the links to the demos, resources, and the ppt deck from the WPF Data Visualization session that I did at the TechED 2008 in Orlando on June 5th, 2008:  

 Download the PowerPoint Deck from the session here: Download 

Download the stand-alone community version (without the SharePoint 2007 dependancy) of the InterKnowlogy “Cancer App“ (C-ME), built for the Scripps Research Institute with source code here: Download 

Download the 3D “Cancer App“ (C-ME), built for the Scripps Research Institute with supporting docs & source code from Codeplex : Here 

Download a stand-alone version of the InterKnowlogy 3D collaborator (the WPF app for 3d AutoCad files) here: Download 

See a technical video on the 3D Angiographer (3d heart surgery app) here: Go 

If you want to be a beta-tester for the cool WPF InterKnowlogy SharePoint searching product thing i demoed you will have to write me an email expressing that desire so I can get you on the list for when we are ready to release.  do that here. 

All the cool InterKnowlogy Silverlight 2.0 Apps are here: Go 

You can get the XceedSoft WPF DataGrid control from there site at http://xceed.com/ 

For more info on Telerik’s RAD controls for WPF go to their website here:  www.Telerik.com 

For more info on SoftwareFx’s ChartFX control for WPF go to their website here:  www.SoftwareFX.com 

You can get the Source Code, Demo Guide, and other resources for the StockBoids WPF application that Szymon Kobalczyk built and won the Microsoft Financial application contest with here: http://geekswithblogs.net/kobush/archive/2008/03/17/120601.aspx 

   

Here are links to other demos & resources related to WPF Data Visualization that i didn’t do at this year’s TechEd, but that I have done in the past:  

Charles Petzold’s XAML Cruncher tool. You can install it off his website at: http://www.charlespetzold.com/wpf/XamlCruncher/XamlCruncher.application
Use the following XAML as your Startup document (XAML / Save as Startup document):

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

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You can get information on the Electric Rain Standout product on there site at http://www.erain.com/ 

Links to the New York Times Reader (and other news reader) WPF applications can be found at: http://blogs.msdn.com/tims/archive/2007/02/22/great-wpf-applications-10-daily-mail-seattle-p-i-forbes-com-new-york-times.aspx 

The Vertigo Family Show application can be found here: Go 

The “design to dev” demo instructions, assetts and code can be found here: Download 

   

Tim Huckaby (TimHuck@InterKnowlogy.com) 

 If you are interested in having InterKnowlogy help you build an application contact me or Andrea Heyen (AHeyen@InterKnowlogy.com) 

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