Click here to Skip to main content
12,068,967 members (69,889 online)
Click here to Skip to main content
Add your own
alternative version

Tagged as

Stats

9K views
2 bookmarked
Posted

XAML Power Toys for Visual Studio 2008 v5.0.0.1 Released

, 26 Oct 2009 CPOL
Rate this:
Please Sign up or sign in to vote.
At the request of a XAML Power Toys user I have updated XAML Power Toys for Visual Studio 2008 to version v5.0.0.01.This update adds one new feature and corrects the v5 known issue.The ViewModel creation window now allows selecting the name of the method that is used to raise the  PropertyCha

At the request of a XAML Power Toys user I have updated XAML Power Toys for Visual Studio 2008 to version v5.0.0.01.

This update adds one new feature and corrects the v5 known issue.

The ViewModel creation window now allows selecting the name of the method that is used to raise the  PropertyChanged event.  You can thank Ted Warring for the suggestion.  Awesome Ted, appreciate the feedback and feature suggestion.

ViewModel Creator Gets New Feature

The ViewModel creator tool makes building a ViewModel class a snap.  This feature is sensitive to C# and VB.NET and will create the correct code for you.

The yellow highlight indicates the new feature added in v5.0.0.1.  You can now select or type in the name of the method that will be called when raising a PropertyChanged event.

This name value is also used if you selected the Implement INotifyPropertyChanged option.

This name feature enables you to use any name in your ViewModel base classes and have the generated code us it.

v5001ViewModel

As always, you can download XAML Power Toys for Visual Studio 2008 here:

http://karlshifflett.wordpress.com/xaml-power-toys/

Close

Hope you use and enjoy XAML Power Toys for Visual Studio 2008.

Have a great day,

Just a grain of sand on the worlds beaches.

Posted in CodeProject, M-V-VM, MVVM, VB.NET, Visual Studio 2008, WPF General, XAML Power Toys

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Share

About the Author

Karl Shifflett
Technical Lead Logical Advantage
United States United States

Christian, Husband, Dad, Biker, Marine Corps Veteran, stage IV cancer survivor.


Current passions are: Electron, ES6, Aurelia, hybrid, and IoT.


At work it's C#, ASP.NET Web Api, Ionic, ES5, TypeScript, AngularJS


Still keen on WPF and Prism, but currently Electron and ES6 deliver the same apps.


Awards:

  • December 2008 VB.NET Code Project Article Award
  • 2009 Code Project MVP
  • 2008 Code Project MVP
  • 2008 Microsoft MVP - Client App Dev
  • December 2007 VB.NET Code Project Article Award
  • Gold Medal Winner at IBM's 1998 PROIV Programming Contest in Las Vegas
Click here to check out my Blog

Just a grain of sand on the worlds beaches.


You may also be interested in...

Comments and Discussions

 
-- There are no messages in this forum --
| Advertise | Privacy | Terms of Use | Mobile
Web03 | 2.8.160208.1 | Last Updated 26 Oct 2009
Article Copyright 2009 by Karl Shifflett
Everything else Copyright © CodeProject, 1999-2016
Layout: fixed | fluid