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Windows Presentation Foundation Everywhere (WPF/E)
Blog: WPF/E, WPF, Avalon, and Windows Vista
http://www.nukeation.net/CategoryView,category,WPFE.aspx
Dan Pandhi of Nukeation Studios blogs about WPF/E, WPF, Avalon, Windows Vista and more.
Blog: Features of WPF/E
http://doteverything.blogspot.com/2006/03/mix06-day-2-wpfe-wpf-everywhere.html
Blog entry: Mike Henderson of Microsoft writes about the features of WPF/E including platforms, programming support, security, rich 2D graphics capabilities, Web services support and more.
Blog: "Microsoft's Mix '06 Conference"
http://ajaxian.com/archives/microsofts-mix-06-conference
Blog entry: "Microsoft's Mix '06 Conference," walks through the features of WPF/E that were presented at the Microsoft Mix06 conference.
Article: "More Than Meets the Eye in Microsoft Pla
http://news.com.com/More+than+meets+the+eye+in+Microsoft+plan/2100-1012_3-6053893.html?tag=carsl
Article: "More Than Meets the Eye in Microsoft Plan," by Martin LaMonica. Discusses the release of WPF/E and how it will compete with Adobe's Flash software in the graphics market.
Blog: "Microsoft Goes Cross-platform with WPF/Ever
http://www.itwriting.com/wpfe.php
Blog entry: "Microsoft Goes Cross-platform with WPF/Everywhere" is a discussion between Tim Anderson, a freelance journalist and Forest Key, Director of Developer Tools Product Management at Microsoft. Topics include design-centric development, unifying the designer and developer, XAML everywhere, WPF/E vs. the compact framework, Javascript and WPF/E, running WPF/E on Windows, WPF/E vs. Flash, and more.
A First Look at Windows Presentation Foundation Ev
http://sessions.mix06.com/display_detail.asp?sessionChoice=2001&disc=&pid=NGW036&year=2005
Mix06 Conference Session: "A First Look at Windows Presentation Foundation Everywhere (WPF/E)," by Joe Stegman of Microsoft. Discusses the features of Windows Presentation Foundation Everywhere (WPF/E) which allows you to develop interactive applications for Web browsers on multiple platforms including mobile devices.
Blog: WPF/E
http://blogs.msdn.com/mharsh/default.aspx
Mike Harsh of Microsoft blogs about WPF/E.

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Update :: December 18, 2017