Articles Written by Marc Gregoire

Mandelbrot Using C++ AMP

This article implements a Mandelbrot renderer that is multiple times faster than a CPU-only implementation by using a new Microsoft technology called C++ AMP: Accelerated Massive Parallelism, introduced in the Visual C++ 11 Preview.

The New MFC Animation API

This article serves as a brief introduction to the new API allowing users to create animations in MFC applications.

Introduction to DirectWrite

DirectWrite is a new API to render text on Windows 7 / Vista. It makes it easy to render paragraphs of text that can contain different formatting, coloring, fonts etc. It supports horizontal and vertical alignments, even vertical centering of a paragraph with multiple lines which was not possible with the old text API, etc. This article will give an introduction to the new DirectWrite API.

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