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Creating an Analog Clock UI in WinUI and 2022 Vol. 2 Updates in WinUI and WPF


This weblog offers present notes for our Sept. 1, 2022, webinar, “Creating an Analog Clock UI in WinUI and 2022 Vol. 2 Updates in WinUI and WPF.” The webinar was introduced and hosted by Suresh M. Should you missed it, or wish to watch it once more, you’ll be able to see it on our YouTube channel or embedded right here.



Agenda

  • What’s new in WinUI for the 2022 Quantity 2 launch.
  • What’s new in WPF for 2022 Quantity 2 launch.
  • Develop an analog clock UI in WinUI.

What’s New in WinUI for 2022 Vol. 2

  • Shadow management
    • Colour: Apply your individual colour to the shadow.
    • Offset: OffsetX and OffsetY properties place the shadow relative to the place of the view.
    • BlurRadius: Apply a blur radius for the shadow.
  • AutoComplete and ComboBox controls
    • Main and trailing views
    • Spotlight search textual content
  • Phrase Library
  • PDF Library
    • PDF/A-4 conformance
    • RichMedia annotation
    • Watermark annotation

What’s New in WPF for 2022 Vol. 2

  • PDF Viewer
    • Squiggly annotation
    • Callout textual content field annotation
    • Watermark annotation

Develop an Analog Clock UI in WinUI

Timestamps:

Abstract

Throughout this webinar we discovered a couple of new ideas and tips for constructing an Analog Clock UI in WinUI.

We hope you loved this webinar and please preserve an eye fixed out for our future webinars.

Really useful assets (associated hyperlinks)

  • Obtain the instance used on this webinar:
  • To see what else is new with 2022 Quantity 2, go to:
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