If you’ve read our post Designing Metro style Apps in Blend and VS—What’s new in RC? you’ll know that we’ve made some pretty significant improvements in performance and stability, and we’ve invested in new features to increase productivity and usability. If you’re curious for more details, read on. In this post you’ll find the big list of what we’ve been working on between the Consumer Preview and the Release Candidate of Blend—for authoring both XAML and HTML5 apps.
We are making available an updated version of Microsoft Expression Blend Preview for Silverlight 5. This release is identical to the previously released Expression Blend Preview for Silverlight 5, with three exceptions:
There are an impressive number of sessions to choose among at //build/ and lots of details to start filling in. It’s a good thing that the sessions will be recorded and available on-demand later, usually within 24 hours, on the Channel 9 //build/ page. If
Since you are here, you are probably wondering what this site is about. The easiest way to explain it is to list the words that we used when proposing the idea for this blog in the first place: Expression Blend, inspiration, story, design, personal, practical,