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Mole II for WPF

, , , 31 Dec 2007 CPOL
Introduces the second version of a very useful and educational debugger visualizer for WPF developers.
mole_visualizer_2_1_1_packages.zip
Mole_Visualizer_2_1_1_VS2008_SourceAndTestProject.zip
Mole_Visualizer_2_1_1_VS2005_SourceAndTestProject.zip
Mole_Visualizer_2_1_1_VS2005_Release.zip
Mole_Visualizer_2_1_1_VS2008_Release.zip
mole_visualizer_2_1_1_vs2005_release.zip
Mole.Visualizer.dll
mole_visualizer_2_1_1_vs2005_sourceandtestproject.zip
Mole.Visualizer
Custom Controls
Data Source
Image Processing
Data
Debugger Visualizer
Enums Constants
Event Args
Extended Controls
Images
MoleVisualUnavailable.gif
Mole.Visualizer.csi
Mole.Visualizer.suo
Mole.Visualizer.vbproj.user
My Project
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
Settings
Visualizer UI
XSLT
Mole.TestBench
bach.jpg
Mole.TestBench.csi
Mole.TestBench.suo
My Project
Settings.settings
mole_visualizer_2_1_1_vs2008_release.zip
Mole.Visualizer.dll
mole_visualizer_2_1_1_vs2008_sourceandtestproject.zip
bach.jpg
Mole.TestBench.csi
Mole.TestBench.suo
Settings.settings
MoleVisualUnavailable.gif
Mole.Visualizer.csi
Mole.Visualizer.suo
Mole.Visualizer.vbproj.user
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
mole_visualizer_2_1_vs2005_release.zip
Mole.Visualizer.dll
mole_visualizer_2_1_vs2005_sourceandtestproject.zip
MoleVisualUnavailable.gif
Mole.Visualizer.csi
Mole.Visualizer.suo
Mole.Visualizer.vbproj.user
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
bach.jpg
Mole.TestBench.csi
Mole.TestBench.suo
Settings.settings
mole_visualizer_2_1_vs2008_release.zip
Mole.Visualizer.dll
mole_visualizer_2_1_vs2008_sourceandtestproject.zip
MoleVisualUnavailable.gif
Mole.Visualizer.csi
Mole.Visualizer.suo
Mole.Visualizer.vbproj.user
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
bach.jpg
Mole.TestBench.csi
Mole.TestBench.suo
Settings.settings
mole_visualizer_vs2005_release.zip
Mole.Visualizer.dll
mole_visualizer_vs2005_sourceandtestproject.zip
MoleVisualUnavailable.gif
Mole.Visualizer.csi
Mole.Visualizer.suo
Mole.Visualizer.vbproj.user
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
bach.jpg
Mole.TestBench.csi
Mole.TestBench.suo
Settings.settings
mole_visualizer_vs2008_release.zip
Mole.Visualizer.dll
mole_visualizer_vs2008_sourceandtestproject.zip
MoleVisualUnavailable.gif
Mole.Visualizer.csi
Mole.Visualizer.suo
Mole.Visualizer.vbproj.user
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
bach.jpg
Mole.TestBench.csi
Mole.TestBench.suo
Settings.settings
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Andrew Smith
Architect Infragistics, Inc.
United States United States
Andrew currently works as an architect for Infragistics working with windows forms and WPF. You can check out his blog here.

Josh Smith
Software Developer (Senior) Cynergy Systems
United States United States
Josh creates software, for iOS and Windows.
 
He works at Cynergy Systems as a Senior Experience Developer.
 
Read his iOS Programming for .NET Developers[^] book to learn how to write iPhone and iPad apps by leveraging your existing .NET skills.
 
Use his Master WPF[^] app on your iPhone to sharpen your WPF skills on the go.
 
Check out his Advanced MVVM[^] book.
 
Visit his WPF blog[^] or stop by his iOS blog[^].
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Karl Shifflett
Architect Gayle Manufacturing Company
United States United States
Karl loves .NET, WPF, WCF, ASP.NET, VB.NET and C#.
 
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
 
Click here to learn about Mole 2010 debugging tool for Visual Studio 2010
 
Click here to read about XAML Power Toys
 

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