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WPF : Blend 3 Interactions / Behaviours

, 20 Apr 2009 CPOL
As part of the new Blend3 release, there is a new Dll called "Microsoft.Expression.Interactivity.dll". This Dll is a pretty cool thing, as it formalises a pattern that many WPF developers have probably already used, in their own manner. It basically formalises the "Attached Behaviour&#3

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