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In Quarter 3 of 2010 we made some very large enhancements to the controls in WPF Studio, and published the WPF Studio 2010.2 version. See our newsletter for a summary and screenshots that show what was updated.
To quickly review, SyntaxEditor’s new LL(*) Parser Framework was added in 2010.2, opening the door for us to work on language add-ons similar to the WinForms SyntaxEditor version. The Web Languages Add-on with an advanced XML language implementation was the first language add-on made available.
Ribbon, Docking/MDI, Navigation, and other products received Office 2010 theme updates.
Docking/MDI added complete layout (including MDI area) serialization options and other new serialization and UI features.
PropertyGrid got performance enhancements and support for nested categories.
Views added a new Book control.
We’ll be continuing to enhance our WPF controls in the coming weeks. We have some more Editors and Views controls in the works. We also will be working on the backstage view for Ribbon.
In the SyntaxEditor realm, we’ll be continuing to add new features and will be beginning work on a WPF/Silverlight version of the .NET Languages Add-on.
For Silverlight, we will be releasing Silverlight Studio 2010.2 very soon. This new version adds all the recent SyntaxEditor updates (LL(*) Parser Framework, Web Languages Add-on, etc.) and adds the Book control to Views.
Here is a quick categorized list of useful blog postings made in this quarter.