Did you know that the Silverlight Designer for Visual Studio 2010 now provides visual design support for creating Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications?

You can now build XAML-based user interfaces for your applications by dragging controls from the Toolbox and setting properties in the Properties window. You can also edit XAML directly in the XAML view.

Check-out this new MSDN guide at to learn all about the new interactive design capabilities that are now exposed in Visual Studio 2010 for Silverlight and WPF developers.

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