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WPF 4 Beta 1 Designer - Generating Master Detail Forms

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UPDATE: there's a new WPF Designer video showing the features added to Beta 2 now available. Check it out and let us know what you think!

Mark Wilson-Thomas demonstrates how the new WPF and Silverlight Designer in Visual Studio 2010 enables rapid application development for business applications.

The WPF and Silverlight Designer in .NET Framework 4 Beta 1 has been through some major reconstruction.  This is part 1 of a three part series.  Check out part 2 covering Styling Improvements and part 3 discussing the future of the Designer.

And Mark would like you to know he is not a WPF Program Manager as the title video implies, rather he is a PM on the WPF and Silverlight Designer team in Visual Studio.


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  • That was an excellent video.   I'm absolutely in love with the databinding tool.    That was one of the biggest issues I had coming in to using WPF.

  • Adam KinneyAdamKinney Agent of Change

    Thanks for the feedback Jerry, I'll make sure the team hears about it. Smiley

  • Hi Jerry

    Thanks very much for the feedback, we're glad we hit the right issue to help you!

    We would love to hear feedback from you and others if you get a chance to get your hands on the new tools in the Beta edition of Visual Studio 2010; use the forums at http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vswpfdesigner/threads to keep in touch, we read them regularly.


    Mark Wilson-Thomas

    Program Manager, WPF & Silverlight Designer Team, Visual Studio 


  • Hi Jeni

    The same Microsoft DataGrid control which you can find in the WPF Toolkit  for use on .NET 3.5 SP1 projects, is being incorporated into .NET 4.0.

    There has been a Microsoft-built DataGrid control in Silverlight since Silverlight 2.0

    Both will be on the default Toolbox for their respective project types in Visual Studio 2010.



  • Thanks for the post. 

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