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In Quarter 4 of 2009 we mostly focused on getting the WPF Studio 2009.2 release out.
SyntaxEditor for WPF saw major updates to the Language Designer application, along with a ton of new features including tagging, adornments, squiggle lines, and much more.
Some screens and video showing the future SyntaxEditor for Silverlight control were made available. This control shares most of the same framework as the WPF version of SyntaxEditor.
Docking/MDI for WPF added floating document support similar to the functionality found in Visual Studio 2010. All floating windows can now be maximized and custom chromes can be used for rendering the window border/titlebars.
Editors for WPF added a new AnalogClock controls, and used this new clock on the DateTimeEditBox dropdown when appropriate. A new editbox and a list control were added to support easy end user editing of enumeration values.
Navigation for WPF added a new ZoomContentControl that provides an intuitive interface for scrolling/zooming any large content, such as maps, pictures, reports, etc.
Ribbon for WPF added support for multi-row in-ribbon galleries.
All WPF controls received VS 2010 and Blend 3 designer support.
The SyntaxEditor .NET Languages Add-on for WinForms added C# 4.0 and VB 10.0 parsing support.
In the coming months, we plan on expanding our product line, getting more into the Silverlight realm, and updating Ribbon to use newer Office 2010 features.
The December 2009 newsletter gave an overview of the WPF Studio 2009.2 release along with other recent updates and future plans.
Here is a quick categorized list of blog postings made in this quarter.
January 3, 2010 at 19:12
What about dockable toolbars ?
January 3, 2010 at 19:19
That is one product idea that we are considering working on for the future.
Bill Henning (Actipro)