LOS ANGELESWhile Microsoft delivered a peek at some of its key upcoming technologies at its Professional Developers Conference, including Windows Vista and Office 12, the software giant also showed some new platform technologies aimed at enriching the overall Microsoft platform.
During a keynote address at the Microsoft PDC here, Jim Allchin, group vice president of platforms at Microsoft Corp., introduced some new technologies, including WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation), formerly known as “Avalon,” and WPF/E (Windows Presentation Foundation Everywhere.)
WPF/E is a lightweight run-time for the Windows Presentation Foundation, Allchin said.
“This is very early work,” he said. The technology delivers an “interactive experience on devices and PCs.”
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