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In the digital age the natural interaction through the touch screen or by stylus is gaining importance to provide real world user experience. With System.Windows.Controls.InkPresenter, Silverlight provides support to the ink feature. It represents a drawing surface supporting ink features input with a stylus, a mouse, or by touch. As part of core Silverlight, InkPresenter derives from Canvas and can display one or more UIElement objects. The key property Strokes represents a collection of ink Stroke objects displayed on the surface as StrokeCollection. Here, Ink refers to handwriting or drawing content input through a stylus, a mouse, or by touch. Each stroke (Stroke object) contains a DrawingAttributes property representing Color, Height, Width, and OutlineColor, and a StylusPoints property with location coordinates (X and Y coordinates). You can capture theses ink strokes by wiring MouseLeftButtonDown, MouseMove, and LostMouseCapture events of the InkPresenter control.
Create a new VB State Machine Workflow Console Application called VBStateActivitiesConsoleApplication. In previous chapters you set the default state the one that was already created when the workflow was created as the completed state. Instead, this time drag and drop a StateInitialization activity from the toolbar onto the default State activity. Remember, you must house the StateInitialization, StateFinalization, and SetState activities inside a State activity. Click the State activity and open the properties. Set the name to be State1. While on the Properties page, click the SetToInitialState link. This makes the State1 activity the first activity to be fired when the workflow is entered. Every State Machine workflow must have an initial state. Next, click the StateInitialization activity within the State1 activity (called stateInitializationActivity1) and click the properties page. Change the name to Initialization1. Double-click the Initialization1 activity. This opens that activity within a new window that s dedicated just to that activity. You can see the breadcrumb at the top left of the window (Workflow1:State1). This shows you where you are within the workflow structure. This view allows you to add activities to the StateInitialization activity (Initialization1) more easily. Although the StateInitialization activity is a container for other activities, you don t need to add activities. To show this, debug the workflow. You see a console application window pop up, but nothing more happens. That s because there are no activities that perform work within the workflow at the moment. The workflow would also never leave State1 because there s no SetState activity to move the workflow execution to another state. Add a Code activity to the Initialization1 called Code1. Generate Handlers for the Code activity, and within the Code1_ExecuteCode sub add Msgbox("code1"). The code for this sub is as follows: Private Sub Code1_ExecuteCode(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) MsgBox("Code1") End Sub Add a StateFinalization activity from the Toolbox to the workflow. You ll notice you can t drop the activity within the Initialization1 activity. Instead, you need to right-click the workflow surface and choose Back to State Composition View. You were in a view that was dedicated to the Initialization1 activity. Once you re back to the State Composition View, you can then drop a StateFinalization activity called Finalization1 within the State1 activity. When you doubleclick the Finalization1 activity, you ll be back to the previous view that s specific to the Finalization1 activity. Drop a SetState activity from the Toolbox into the Finalization1 activity. Again, you ll find you can t do this. At first, this doesn t seem to make sense. The StateFinalization activity is performed when the workflow is exiting the state, and you should be able to use that activity to set the next state. However, a StateFinalization activity is the last action to occur before the state is exited. You must set the state first (more on this shortly). For now, add a Code activity called Code2 to Finalization1. Generate the Handlers, but add Msgbox("code2"). The code for this sub is as follows:
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