The SDK for the Creators Update has so many gems, but this new UWP feature from my friends on the Ink team is very near and dear to my heart: InkAnalysis is back, finally available for UWP apps!
I have spent some time working in this space back in the Windows Vista timeframe when we released the InkAnalyzer for WPF, WinForms and Win32 app. So excited to finally be able to analyze handwriting and drawing in UWP apps on all Windows 10 devices.
One of the many features of InkAnalyzer is the recognition of shapes in your ink drawings. To test it out, I dug up my WPF sample from 2007 and moved it to the new namespaces. Had to adjust a couple of API names and some of the math, but overall it was a pretty smooth port and I had things working within an hour on my PC and Phone.
And here is my blog post from 2007 on the same subject 🙂
The Windows Store has recently started accepting Creators Update app submissions, so I was able to put my sample into the Store. Check it out on all your Win10 devices running the Creators Update:
The source code for this sample is available here on GitHub.
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