XamlBoard | Visual Studio Toolbox

In this episode, Robert is joined via Lync by Thomas Immich of Centigrade GmbH. Thomas shows XamlBoard, a resource management tool for WPF applications. XamlBoard shows all your WPF resources in a visual way. You can tag resources, making them easier to find in the future. You can merge resources into a single XAML file. And you can turn your resources into XAML snippets in Visual Studio. This makes it easy to reuse styles, colors,
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