Tip: Invoking Blend from Visual Studio

So you’re using the WPF Designer to build your slick UI, and you realize you need to go to Expression Blend for some high-end resource authoring. Although Blend lets you invoke VS with a quick gesture (right-click on the solution and click Edit in Visual Studio), going the other way isn’t quite as convenient. Until…

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Silverlight Tools for VS and F1 Help

If you’ve installed the Silverlight Tools for Visual Studio 2008, you may have noticed that pressing F1 in the VS Code Editor or in XAML View can take you someplace unexpected. You’ll see this with types and members that are "shared" between Silverlight and the .NET Framework, which means that shared types have the same…

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