orb3000 · May 13, 2010 at 05:39 pm

Sense Interface SDK updated to v1.3 [HTC’s Sense UI Look ‘n Feel]

This SDK graphic interface version will let you Personalize and play with several aspects of this Windows Mobile skin from HTC. Fully finger friendly, very customizable, this SDK is a great tool for developers. Member eboelzner has updated his .netCF SDK to version 1.3

Originally posted by eboelzner
Highlights:
Separate WVGA/WQVGA Resource libs [for you skinning guru’s] Full Apha Blending, Transparency GDI+ support and API available
WYSIWYG Visual Studio development [asmmeta dll included!] Full Finger Control[List attempts to learn your scrolling tendencies!] Full Tap ‘n Hold OS integration
Auto SIP detection [scrolls list up to display textbox] Combobox size detection [scrolls list up to display max list items] Full Trackbar animation
List scrolls N, S, E, and West
Full ‘Sense’ Messagebox support [plus a SenseSDK bonus * see images] List panels can react to panel press on entire surface or just the control area
List panels can be configured to raise/not raise click events based on panel press
List panels can show/hide panel animation
Panel text is easily updated… base on other panel and/or child interaction
License:
You are free to use this SDK in any manner except for the following:
You may not disassemble or reverse engineer
create and sell a product “for profit” without seeking permission first

List Panels
SensePanelCheckboxItem
SensePanelComboItem
SensePanelDividerItem
SensePanelItem [Generic * Base] SensePanelMoreItem
SensePanelNumericItem
SensePanelOnOffItem
SensePanelRadioItem
SensePanelTextboxItem
SensePanelTrackbarItem

Controls
SenseListControl [*Panel Host] SenseButtonControl
SenseCheckboxControl
SenseComboControl
SenseHeaderControl
SenseLabelControl
SenseNumericControl
SenseNumericFSControl [* Full Screen!!!] SenseOnOffControl
SenseTextboxControl
SenseTrackbarControl

Sense API
SIP Management
SenseMessageBox
Full Screen Form
Translucent Form
Transparency Host Form
Full Microsoft GDI+ Interop wrapper
QVGA / VGA Scaling
etc. etc. etc.

What’s Included
SenseSDKDemo.exe [includes VS2008 source] StedySoft.SenseSDK.dll [SDK lib] SenseSDK.Resources.QVGA.dll
SenseSDK.Resources.VGA.dll
StedySoft.SenseSDK.PocketPC.asmmeta.dll [designer meta data] TTF fonts for your Emulator development

Change Log
v1.2 – April 15th, 2010
Combo ‘List_Index_Changed’ event now fires
Show/Hide Children List events added
Show/Hide Children List methods added
Textbox password character text honored
All ItemStatus enums grouped to single enum
located @ StedySoft.SenseSDK.ItemStatus
Button click double event fixed
Child panel now supports ALL available panel items
(includes SensePanelComboItem and SensePanelTextboxItem)
Demo App includes samples of all new and bug fix code
New Control(s) will be added to v1.3… this bug fix version needed to be released quickly.

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