Every now and then we get some really good questions that make us think. This was one of those questions. Here was the original Tweet that was sent our way. For those of you unfamiliar with the context of the question,
Hey WPFers – Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4 have been available since April 2010. In it, the WPF team delivered a great set of oft-requested features and capabilities that many customers asked for:
Cached Composition LayoutRounding CleartypeHinting BindableRun Selection and Caret Brushes Windows 7 Shell Integration Progress Bars New XAML/BAML Parser Engine Visual State Manager (VSM) UIAutomation Virtualizatoin .NET Framework 4 Client Profile Controls for Rich Client apps
Pixel Shader 3 Support Animated Easing Function New Text Rendering Stack Custom Dictionaries Windows 7 Multitouch Icon Overlays Thumbnail Toolbars Data Binding Support for DLR HTML-XBAP Script Interop SynchronizedInput Pattern Full Trust XBAP Deployment Windows 7 and Office Ribbon Control
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