Home > Uncategorized > An introduction to Windows 7 Libraries for .NET development

An introduction to Windows 7 Libraries for .NET development

May 28, 2009

Windows 7 includes new features that you can use in your applications to add functionality and improve system integration.  The APIs are written in native code, but are accessible to .NET developers via the Windows 7 .NET Interop Sample Libraries.

To see the Libraries in action check out the following interviews with Yochay Kiraity:

Sensor and Location .NET Library for Windows 7 
Provides access to work with light, motion and GPS devices
Taskbar and Libraries .NET Library for Windows 7
Provides access to TaskBar integration and JumpLists along with customizing Libraries, which in Windows 7 act as a group of folders.
Multi-touch .NET Library for Windows 7
Provides access to Multi-touch gestures and analysis, demos incldue both WPF and Windows forms applications.

To start using the Libraries in your own apps, you can download the Windows API Code Pack and the Windows Touch Developer Resources.

To learn more about Windows 7 possibilities for developers check out Yochay’s Windows 7 for Developers blog.

Advertisements
  1. January 9, 2010 at 12:44 am

    Oh! Thank for nice post about An introduction to Windows 7 Libraries for .NET development. If you want share more about this topic, you can read it at http://forum.techwoo.com/#849_an_introduction_to_windows__libraries_for_net_development

  1. No trackbacks yet.
Comments are closed.
%d bloggers like this: