Ian Dixon has posted part 2 of the interview I did with him a few weeks ago where we discussed Media Center Markup Language (MCML) development.  This episode goes into more detail about MCML development.  We discuss topics such as using Rules in your UI, when and how to write code-behind assemblies for MCML applications, Windows Media Center Presentation Layer web applications, and packaging and deployment of applications.

Here are links to this segment and also to the previous segment and the extra session that Ian recorded where he demonstrates some of the Windows Media Center SDK tools and samples:

Aaron

 



Categories: News | Comments [0] | # | Posted on Thursday, October 26, 2006 6:38:01 PM (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)   

A new episode of the Media Center Show has been posted today that focuses on Media Center Markup Language (MCML) development.  I talked with Ian Dixon a few weeks ago, and he decided to create a  2 part show based on our talk (part 2 will be coming next week).

The first part focuses on getting started if you are new to MCML development.  It includes a discussion of some of the learning tools and samples included in the Windows Media Center SDK (such as McmlSampler and the Q sample podcast and videoblog client).

In addition, Ian posted a Media Center Show Extra segment where he presents an overview of both McmlSampler and Q running within Windows Media Center.

Here are links to both the show and the extra segment:

Hopefully you will find this information useful as you get started with Windows Media Center development.

Aaron

 



Categories: News | Comments [1] | # | Posted on Thursday, October 19, 2006 5:51:55 PM (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)   
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