WPF Toolkit Released

It has been a while since my last post! I’ve been spending time working on the WPF Toolkit, helping port some of the controls over from SL to WPF. With the help of the SL toolkit team as well as the WPF toolkit team, three of the controls were ported and are now part of the latest WPF toolkit release, which you can find here.

The three controls in question are:

The controls are nearly identical to their SL counterparts, with an explicit goal of maintaining compatibility between the two. This will hopefully make it easier to take a dependency on either toolkit, and allow the application to be ported from SL to WPF, or WPF to SL, without having to come up with creative solutions.

Many thanks to David Anson, who wrote a great blog post on the new release, for his continued support and help, as well as both the SL and WPF toolkit teams. We hope you find the newly added controls useful, and always appreciate the feedback!

Comments (2)

  1. Sebastian says:

    The AutoCompleteBox…finally!!! I’ve been waiting for this forever!

    Great job and many thanks!

  2. Thanks, that’s appreciated! 🙂

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