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XAML Power Toys v5 Published

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It’s here and posted at: http://karlshifflett.wordpress.com/xaml-power-toys/Please read the Known Issue, New Installation and Upgrading sections in the above page.Five New 1280 x 1024 videos too. New Features and Changes in v5.0 x32 and x64 support.  Creation of Silverlight 3 DataForm fro

It’s here and posted at: http://karlshifflett.wordpress.com/xaml-power-toys/

Please read the Known Issue, New Installation and Upgrading sections in the above page.

Five New 1280 x 1024 videos too.

New Features and Changes in v5.0

  • x32 and x64 support. 
  • Creation of Silverlight 3 DataForm from a selected class.
  • ViewModel creation now allows optionally re-implementing Model properties on the ViewModel.
  • Moved XAML Power Toys saved settings file out of the “\Program Files\Little Richie Software\XAML Power Toys” folder to “\Program Data\Little Richie Software\XAML Power Toys” folder.
  • Visual Studio “Add-in\Macro Security” entry no longer required.
  • Removed XAML Power Toys Solution Explorer context menus.  All features are not accessed from either a code window or the XAML Editor.
  • Fixed the installer program to simply installing and uninstalling XAML Power Toys.  Version 5 no longer requires any additional steps for a clean install or uninstall.
  • Completely rewrote the secondary application domain loading code from scratch.
  • Verified XAML Power Toys has no side by side issues with DevExpress
  • Added license agreement Creative Common Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.  This was done for two reasons:
    • I’m now using Mono.Cecil for assembly reflection and it’s licensed using the above license.
    • Many corporate developers have a requirement that all software they install and use must have a license agreement.  I’ve added it so corporate customers can now use XAML Power Toys in their organizations.

Have a great day,

Just a grain of sand on the worlds beaches.

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Karl Shifflett
Architect Infragistics
United States United States

I’m a passionate Platform Architect at Infragistics.


I’m a long-time WPF-Prism fanatic who enjoys writing developer tools and line of business applications.


My current front end passions are: XAML platforms (Xamarin.Forms, Xamarin, UWP, and WPF), Electron, ES2015 (ES6), Node.js, Aurelia, and AngularJS (Angular 1.5.x).


For the back end I use what is appropriate for the project: SQL Server and ASP.NET WebAPI, MongoDB, Express, Azure, Firebase, etc.


I am very pragmatic software engineer and strive to write simple, maintainable, and testable code. Simple code allows for solving complex problems in a maintainable way.


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