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In this quarter, we continued enhancing the 2011.1 versions of WPF Studio and Silverlight Studio.
Docking/MDI for WPF received an innovative linked DockSite feature, that allows you to drag docking windows between two or more separate DockSites. Auto-hide flyouts were updated to support interop content.
PropertyGrid for WPF added a new interop feature for allowing customers transitioning from WinForms to use their old UITypeEditor’s in drop-downs or dialogs, just like they did with the WinForms PropertyGrid.
Editors for WPF added support for entering gradient brushes in BrushEditBox, part of those updates being the addition of ColorComponentSlider and GradientBrushSlider to the Shared Library.
SyntaxEditor added support for AST node ID values and code generation from the Language Designer.
The SyntaxEditor .NET Languages Add-on received an enormous number of new resolver and automated IntelliPrompt features: completion, generic types, type inference, extension methods, doc comment display, doc comment stub generation, generic method type parameter inference, lambda expressions, and much more.
We’ll hopefully be publishing another maintenance release of the 2011.1 WPF and Silverlight products in the next week or two. This release will include all of the new features recently blogged about for the SyntaxEditor .NET Languages Add-on, along with other miscellaneous updates to various products.
Following that, we will begin work on the 2011.2 codebase. We already have a very good start on a new product that will be added for that codebase, which we will reveal in time. We also will be jumping back into adding more features to the core SyntaxEditor control. Things like parameter info, single line mode, etc. have been requested by a lot of customers and we plan to deliver those in 2011.2.
Here is a quick categorized list of useful blog postings made in this quarter.