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In Visual Studio 2013, there were quite a few changes/enhancements to XAML Intellisense. Prior posts covered the most noticed new features … this post covers some of the other changes to Intellisense for XAML. Prior posts on XAML Intellisense: Intellisense...
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The new Intellisense for Binding expressions in Visual Studio 2013 (introduced in this prior post ) provides a quick and effective way to add property bindings to your XAML. But it doesn't "just work". You have to set the Data Context to...
Visual Studio 2013 provides Intellisense for your Binding expressions! One of the great things about XAML is its binding capabilities. But how much time have you wasted trying to find the correct name and spelling of properties for your bindings? Not...
Visual Studio 2013 now provides Intellisense for your XAML resources. If you code your XAML directly using the Code Editor you’ve seen the XAML Intellisense. Sure, it helps by giving you the list of element tags and the valid attributes of the type. ...
If you have done any coding with XAML, like me you have probably wished for some of the code editing features that all of the other languages have. Features like Intellisense and Go To Definition. With Visual Studio 2013 our wish has come true! These...
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Gradients are a good way to make your application more visually interesting. They turn a flat solid color into something more natural and appealing to the eye by creating an illusion of light and shadow. For example, compare this image which uses flat...