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Michael Crump

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Introduction

Now that the MIX 11 conference is over and we have heard the news of the Silverlight 5 Beta being released it’s time to explore some of the new features. If you followed my previous tutorial then you should be ready to get started.

In this piece I am going to provide information about one of the most important and game-changing features in the Silverlight 5 Beta. - XAML Debugging. In my opinion this is one of the most important features in the Silverlight 5 beta. In a future article I will investigate “Multiple Windows Support” in a trusted Silverlight 5 application. The full source code for XAML Debugging project is available as a separate download at the end of this article.

The Full Article

The full article is hosted on SSWUG and you can access it by clicking here. Don’t forget to rate it and leave comments if you have any problems.

Other Resources by Me:

My webinar on “Getting started with the Silverlight 5 Beta”.

Getting Started with the Silverlight 5 Beta!
Game Changing Features in the Silverlight 5 Beta (Part 1)
Game Changing Features in the Silverlight 5 Beta (Part 2)
Game Changing Features in the Silverlight 5 Beta (Part 3)