Bringing the Modern Touch keyboard into your WPF app

Posted by: MSDN: Coding4Fun, on 22 Jan 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Today's WPF and Windows Wednesday post is one I thought kind of cool. Seems it would be simple at first, but is harder than you might think...Brian Lagunas shows how you can make your Windows 8.1 Desktop WPF app a touch bit easier for your users to interact with...Showing the Windows 8 Touch keyboard in WPFWith the release of Windows 8, the era of touch devices is in full swing.  Manufacturers are scrambling to create mobile devices that can run Microsoft Windows with the touch of a finger, without...

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