Page flip with deep zoom

Book control is another excellent page flip control which allows you to add any silverlight element as book page.It supports page down and page up as bidiretional navigation keys.Demo application & source code is attached below.
[silverlight: http://www.pixytech.com/rajnish/uploads/code/BookDemo.xap, 850, 650]

The objective of this article is to create photo album application which allows user to add pictures just by drag and drop on album.The picture will be splitted into parts and uploaded on server where it is re-constructed and again processed into deep zoom meta file (on fly) and link to this picture will be then added into album.Photo album will have deep zoom enabled pages.

I couldn’t get much time to finish this project & hence i would call this as beta source code which includes the full source code of Book control (page flip)

Beta Source code for book control is available here

35 thoughts on “Page flip with deep zoom

  1. Thank you so much for your work, and for share it!! We appreciate what you do for help us with this technology…
    Grettings…

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  2. Thank you so much for your work, and for share it!! We appreciate what you do for help us with this technology…
    Grettings…

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  3. Thanks for the great Page Flip example. I am trying add more pages in code and still keep applying the same template rather than doing this in the .xaml file. I couldn’t find figure out how this could be done.  Thanks in advance for your help.
     
    J

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  4. Thanks for the great Page Flip example. I am trying add more pages in code and still keep applying the same template rather than doing this in the .xaml file. I couldn’t find figure out how this could be done.  Thanks in advance for your help.
     
    J

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  5. Thanks for the great Page Flip example. I am trying add more pages in code and still keep applying the same template rather than doing this in the .xaml file. I couldn’t find figure out how this could be done.  Thanks in advance for your help.
     
    J

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  6. Hi,
    I tried to use your book control in WPF, but have a problem. When WPF is not using software rendering, the book blurs its content. I read here (http://andrewrussell.net/2010/12/high-performance-rendering-in-silverlight/) that SIlverlight uses software rendering for pixel shaders, by default.
    Could you please publish your pixel shader code as well? Or have a llok at it. I could send you the library, but it is trivial: I just changed the RootElement to be MainWindow.
    Thanks in advance.

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  7. Hi,
    I tried to use your book control in WPF, but have a problem. When WPF is not using software rendering, the book blurs its content. I read here (http://andrewrussell.net/2010/12/high-performance-rendering-in-silverlight/) that SIlverlight uses software rendering for pixel shaders, by default.
    Could you please publish your pixel shader code as well? Or have a llok at it. I could send you the library, but it is trivial: I just changed the RootElement to be MainWindow.
    Thanks in advance.

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  8. Thank you for sharing such a technology with us. May be someday i’ll be able to evolve it more and as i like 🙂 Thanks very much.

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  9. Thank you for sharing such a technology with us. May be someday i’ll be able to evolve it more and as i like 🙂 Thanks very much.

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  10. Can the same be done for the .aspx forms?  I have requirement which for both PC & mobile where as the data will be about 50 forms.  Instead of showing in the Tab can we show in flip style? or I have to convert all of them into PDF and then do a flipbook style.

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  11. Can the same be done for the .aspx forms?  I have requirement which for both PC & mobile where as the data will be about 50 forms.  Instead of showing in the Tab can we show in flip style? or I have to convert all of them into PDF and then do a flipbook style.

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  12. Can the same be done for the .aspx forms?  I have requirement which for both PC & mobile where as the data will be about 50 forms.  Instead of showing in the Tab can we show in flip style? or I have to convert all of them into PDF and then do a flipbook style.

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  13. Nice project!
     
    Newbie question though: how can I wire up the event handlers for a couple of buttons to page forward or backward? I’m trying to simulated the PageUp and PageDown key functionality you’ve already built in, but I’m having trouble getting my buttons to work the same way. Any help would be much appreciated!  Thanks.

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  14. Nice project!
     
    Newbie question though: how can I wire up the event handlers for a couple of buttons to page forward or backward? I’m trying to simulated the PageUp and PageDown key functionality you’ve already built in, but I’m having trouble getting my buttons to work the same way. Any help would be much appreciated!  Thanks.

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  15. Nice project!
     
    Newbie question though: how can I wire up the event handlers for a couple of buttons to page forward or backward? I’m trying to simulated the PageUp and PageDown key functionality you’ve already built in, but I’m having trouble getting my buttons to work the same way. Any help would be much appreciated!  Thanks.

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  16. Dear Rajneesh, Nice one… I am not able to get the source code. Getting 404 error.  can u plz provide me the source code..

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  17. Dear Rajneesh, Nice one… I am not able to get the source code. Getting 404 error.  can u plz provide me the source code..

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  18. Hello,
    Nice Example. But i am facing problem in implementing Book in WPF site.
    I am getting null in base.ItemContainerGenerator.ContainerFromIndex(i) as BookItem Object. (in Book.cs)
    Please help me.

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  19. Hello,
    Nice Example. But i am facing problem in implementing Book in WPF site.
    I am getting null in base.ItemContainerGenerator.ContainerFromIndex(i) as BookItem Object. (in Book.cs)
    Please help me.

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