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Silverlight Studio 2011.2 is now released and available for download. This version adds significant new features to SyntaxEditor and its add-ons.
Major new features are described below. See the announcement post for the detailed list of enhancements and updates.
In this quarter, we continued enhancing the 2011.1 versions of WPF Studio and Silverlight Studio.
SyntaxEditor added extensibility to context menus. Its Web Languages Add-on was updated to allow XML validation for DTDs, and support for !DOCTYPE internal subsets. Its .NET Languages Add-on improved resolver support for generic method type inference, lambda expressions, and more. Documents no longer need a filename to get IntelliPrompt working, numerous XML comment editing features were added, code outlining for #regions and documentation comments were added, and overall IntelliPrompt was improved.
Docking/MDI added features for live splitting support, along with a visual preservation option for MVVM usage. Other products received minor updates.
Admittedly, we’ve been a little quiet lately. The reason is that we’ve been hard at work on enhancements and new features!
So far, some of the recent blog posts (see below) have announced some very highly-requested new features coming to SyntaxEditor in the 2011.2 version. These features are all wrapped up and ready to go.
We’re currently working on finishing up some very major themes updates that will be coming to WPF Studio. We’ll be posting details on what these encompass in the coming couple of weeks. As soon as they are completed, we’ll get the 2011.2 version out.
Here is a quick categorized list of useful blog postings made in this quarter.