New XAML Features in Visual Studio

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In this episode, Robert is joined by Dmitry Lyalin, who demonstrates a number of both new and upcoming features for WPF and UWP desktop developers in Visual Studio 2019. He shows:
  • WPF Designer supporting.NET Core 3 [05:00]
  • IntelliCode for XAML [06:00]
  • Popout XAML into separate window [07:00]
  • Document Outline [09:05]
  • Easier merging of Resource Dictionaries [10:15]
  • Runtime Tools in-app toolbar [12:45]
  • Live Visual Tree [15:00]
  • Hot Reload [15:45]
  • Live Property Explorer [17:05]
  • Show Just My XAML [18:50]
  • More on Hot Reload [21:15]
  • Control selection mode in UI Debugging Tools [25:35]
  • Region support in IntelliSense [28:00]
  • Code snippet support in IntelliSense [29:45]
  • XAML Binding Errors window (available if you install XAML Binding Debug Output extension) [32:00]
  • Suggested Actions (preview of upcoming feature) [35:00]

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    MhAlan
    Shorten videos please.
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    TonyHenrique
    This XAML team is awesome. Just on time now with the WinUI and .NET 5 arriving, I feel confident to use these technologies and have a great support even on the preview stage.
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    RichardLKing
    I'd find it helpful if you could either add subtitles, or create a transcript of what's said in these videos.

    I'm not as young as I once was (anyone surprised at that?...) and my hearing is getting poor. Also being British I have some difficulty parsing these American accents (which is at least a partial explanation for why my hearing aids don't seem to help much). (Nothing against American accents, you understand, I have similar difficulties with some regional British accents.)

    I'm sure I can't be the only person who feels this way. But of course creating transcripts or subtitles has a cost that you may well not want to bear.

    Ok, in that case, just make sure you include links to where the topics discussed are documented.

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    JasonR
    It is so cool to see binding errors window! So how do we make our ViewModels aware of these types of errors?
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    MasterRanger
    Love the long detailed videos. Thanks!

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