A WPF Lab right in Visual Studio!

I recently learned about Ron Jacob's Hand on Lab for Windows Workflow Foundation 4 and I liked it so much that I decided to create one for WPF. Check out the WPF Simple Application Walkthough on Visual Studio Gallery!  I adapted an existing topic on MSDN to integrate directly with Visual Studio.  The lab demonstrates creating a WPF application and doing some simple data binding.  Those of you who are familiar with WPF won't learn anything new, but I'm hoping you will check it out anyway, to let us know if you like this method of learning. 

A few things to keep in mind: You need Visual Studio Pro, Premium, or Ultimate to install the lab.  The lab is presently in C# only.  No Visual  Basic.  I know that overcoming those limitations are important to many of you and I hope we can do so in the future, but I wanted to get something to the community so we can get your feedback!

Comments (1)
  1. Abhi says:

    I installed the lab extension as described and can see it present in the Extension Manager. But when I got File > New Project. There is nothing with the name of WPF Labs.

    Am I missing some step?

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