WPF and Silverlight Toolkit Compatibility

General Compat Thoughts The majority of the controls in the Silverlight Toolkit November 2008 (PDC) release are Silverlight versions of controls already present in WPF. These "WPF Parity" controls include: DockPanel WrapPanel ViewBox Label Expander TreeView HeaderedContentControl HeaderedItemsControl We focused heavily on API compatibility for these controls, only making changes (I’m actually not sure if…

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A Veritable Cornucopia of Silverlight Toolkit Resources

The Silverlight Toolkit is off to a great start and lots of people have been spending time writing content about how to use it. I’m a big believer in delivering a good end-to-end experience with the software my team produces, and the Silverlight Toolkit is a great example of that.  More than just some controls,…

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Having problems opening the Silverlight Toolkit Help file?

Today at lunch, Jeff mentioned to me that the default security policy on Windows Vista was causing some users difficulty opening the CHM help file. Jeff has all the details on his blog. You’ll get a message that says “Navigation was canceled”. If that’s the case for you, just right click the file, choose “Properties”…

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