Ahh… only five hours remaining until the fruit of the past few months of my life goes into Beta. Feels pretty good now that we’re nearing the end of things, but can you imagine having this thing hanging in your row reading only one month left with a high bug count and incomplete feature set on your hands? […]
I came across this post and figured I’d offer up my own opinions as well… The default formatting would honestly keep me from using the class designer for anything but reverse engineering and visualizing the code I have already hand written. Even though everyone has a different way of doing it, the structure of the code […]
Just noticed, via a post from Chris Sells, that the MSDN Product Feedback application is now accepting bugs for Avalon and Indigo. Here’s your chance to provide feedback and bug reports to Microsoft. Don’t like the way something works? Having problems with a certain scenario? Well this is the place to let Microsoft know now before […]
Came across DesignersLove.Net via a post over on Chris Anderson’s blog. It’s just getting started, but I’m already sending the link out to all of my designer friends. I have been trying to preach to them about the separation of content and behavior in Avalon and they really seem to love the idea of maintaining […]
Saw this morning that the SDK is now available to the masses. Click here to head on over and download it. Make sure you’re running the right VS.NET versions and that you pay close attention to the uninstall/re-install order. FWIW, I had no problems uninstalling the previous CTP and installing the new CTP on top […]
I’ve been sitting on a lot of thoughts about this whole AJAX phenomena that is sweeping the industry lately. Tons of people have thrown their two cents in already and I’ve been meaning to post my thoughts, so here goes. 🙂 First off, let me beat the horse one more time and say: AJAX is […]
The simplest development environment for those of us diving into Avalon these days has just been updated. AvPad, originally called XamlPad, offers a really simple RAD experience for people who want to mock up Avalon interfaces or just learn XAML+Avalon in real-time.
Here’s the official word on all the changes in the Avalon March CTP drop. As a result I will not be making any more changes to the temporary change log I created for the die hard Avaloners out there that needed the info day zero.
You know VS.NET 2003 is going to blow up when you look at the process with cordbg and see way too many “Compilation Domains”: PID=0x910 (2320) Name=C:Program FilesMicrosoft Visual Studio .NET 2003Common7IDE ID=113 AppDomainName=Compilation Domain ID=112 AppDomainName=Compilation Domain ID=111 AppDomainName=Compilation Domain ID=110 AppDomainName=Compilation Domain ID=109 AppDomainName=Compilation Domain ID=108 AppDomainName=Compilation Domain ID=107 AppDomainName=Compilation Domain ID=106 AppDomainName=Compilation […]
As expected, the March CTP drop of the Avalon+Indigo+WinFX SDK has been released to MSDN subscribers. I imagine it will be available to the general public within the next couple of weeks.