WPF Designer Design Time Extensibility -- Now that Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 is out...

WPF Designer Design Time Extensibility -- Now that Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 is out...

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Our Cider extensibility points are finally pretty much locked down and all of the functionality you need to write a design time is available for you to play with.  A good starting point is my TechEd sample which is attached to my posting here: http://blogs.msdn.com/jnak/archive/2007/08/10/recording-of-my-teched-talk-on-cider-wpf-designer-design-time-extensibility.aspx

 Over the coming weeks I'll be blogging about the main design time features in Cider and all the cool things you can do.  Stay tuned!

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  • We have walked through the cider features, we have discussed its integration with Blend and the sweet

  • We have walked through the cider features, we have discussed its integration with Blend and the sweet

  • The extensibility sample was fantastic! Just wanted to know though...does my control property have to be a WPF property to be recognised by the property system and to be handled by the property editor? [for property value editiing..] Can the property editor deal with normal CLR properties in my custom control?

  • The property editor handles Dependency Properties, Attached Properties and CLR properties.  So yes, the property editor can deal with normal CLR properties on your custom control.

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