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The Microsoft Patterns & Practices’ Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight (formerly code-named "Prism") was released with a heavy bias on C# which was a real shame for the many Visual Basic developers who are working on Xaml based user interfaces right now. The good news is there is now a shiny new download just for Visual Basic folks.

This download includes QuickStarts, Hands-On Labs, and How-to Topics in Visual Basic all reviewed by senior folks in the VB team. It also includes:

  • Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight - February 2009.chm: Complete documentation in C#.
  • Composite Application Library Reference February 2009.chm: Library reference API.

Which in summary means we don’t yet have a 100% VB focused version but we just took a significant step in the right direction.

Posted on Monday, March 30, 2009 4:41 PM Visual Basic | Back to top


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