In Visual Studio 2013, we added a new XAML UI Responsiveness tool in the performance and diagnostics hub to enable you to analyze application interaction-related performance issues in your XAML Windows Store applications. Since then, we’ve gotten a number of requests to support WPF applications.
Hey WPFers, WPF4 Unleashed has been,
well, unleashed! Get a preview of Chapter 1 @ http://bit.ly/cwGYbY. Enjoy!
My name is Ted Hu, a Senior Program
Manager for the WPF Team. I love hearing from customers – please let me know
what you think!
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:
and Caret Brushes
XAML/BAML Parser Engine
State Manager (VSM)
Framework 4 Client Profile
Controls for Rich Client
Pixel Shader 3 Support
New Text Rendering Stack
Binding Support for DLR
Windows 7 and Office Ribbon Control