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XAML Power Toys for Visual Studio 2008 v5.0.0.1 Released

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XAML Power toys for Visual Studio 2008 v5.0.0.1 released

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 use it.


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


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


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