WenWM · Mar 24, 2010 at 06:30 am

SenseSDK Demo

The world of Windows Mobile will never be the same after HTC came through with Sense UI, and now we can get the complete experience. This little tool changes for a whole new experience to your device.

This application seems like it could really improve my experience with not only Touch Flo 3D, but Windows Mobile as a whole. I think if you own an HD2, this is your best friend.

I have created a new .NetCF SDK that mimics HTC’s Sense UI Look ‘n Feel…

I have attempted to reproduce, as close and as possible, the human interaction with this WM skin from HTC.

Highlights:
Seperate VGA/QVGA Resource libs [for you skinning guru’s] Full Apha Blending, Trancparency 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

Try out the full experience in the thread.


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WenWM is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. Phone Freak. Work all day with phones, usually Android or Windows Mobile. Love getting them for reviews, and most of the time, I play with it more than review. Write for quite a bit of sites, and love doing it. Always on Twitter from my Computer, Phone, Watch, and TV. View WenWM's posts and articles here.
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