Tuesday, April 22, 2008

XAMLPad for Silverlight

XAMLPad is a tool for WPF that ships with the Windows SDK, and allows you to easily parse and render XAML snippets. As far as I know XAMLPad for Silverlight is not available as yet. However, Robby Ingebretsen who also works for IdentityMine has added Silverlight support to his Kaxaml tool. After you launch Kaxaml, you can open a new tab either in WPF, or in Silverlight.

By the way, this tool has been created in WPF. Really cool!

5 comments:

Michael Sync said...

There are one or two online XamlPad for Silverlight. The developer of that tool posted about that in SL forum around March this year.

Michael Sync said...

just wondering.. Why do we need to have an Google account or OpenID to drop a comment?

Jim Mangaly said...

Thanks Michael, I have seen one of those online tools available. But I didn't find it as handy as a desktop tool that Kaxaml is.

Jim Mangaly said...

Hmm... I didn't realize that to comment here you had to have a Google account etc. I have now changed the settings for comments. Thanks for pointing this out.

Michael Sync said...

Hi Jim,

>>I have now changed the settings for comments. Thanks for pointing this out.

thanks.. :) I got your link from your signature in Silverlight forum.. Your answers are really helpful..