Windows Mobile Ink Reference
Windows Mobile Ink provides APIs for Ink Collection, Recognition, Rendering and Ink Data Management.
The key functionalities for Ink Collection and Recognition are the following:
- Represent the surface on which to collect ink through stylus inputs.
- Render the ink collected on the surface.
- Allow inking in a defined rectangle region within the window.
- Support stroke erase.
- Process ink or handwriting and translate the strokes into texts or gesture.
The key functionalities for Ink Management and Rendering are the following:
- Represent stroke and define how the ink stroke is rendered.
- Support manipulation of stroke data.
- Provide curve fitted stroke data.
- Provide stroke intersection and cusp data.
- Support storage of metadata with the stroke.
- Represent collected stroke of inks within an ink–space.
- Represent a collection of stroke as a single entity.
- Perform serialization in ISF format and preserve unknown properties in the ISF stream.
- Store metadata with ink.
- Support cut, copy and paste of ink objects.
- Support creating, manipulating and accessing Stroke objects.
- Represent the rendering style of the stroke. Supports anti aliasing, transparency, color, curve-fitting and rastor operations.
- Manage display by mapping ink space points to pixel space points.
There is a control, called the InkCanvas, that supports Windows Mobile Ink for applications.
- Windows Mobile Ink Collections
Provides information about the collections that support Windows Mobile Ink.
- Windows Mobile Ink Controls
Provides information about the InkCanvas control for Windows Mobile Ink.
- Windows Mobile Ink Enumerations
Provides information about the enumerations that support Windows Mobile Ink.
- Windows Mobile Ink Interfaces
Provides information about the collection of interfaces used to support Windows Mobile Ink.