MSDN-style documentation for WebUI studio 2010
MSDN-style documentation for WebUI studio 2010
Thursday, 04 November 2010

Intersoft has released the first service pack for WebUI Studio 2010 R1 with hundreds of enhancements and stability improvements, together with comprehensive MSDN-style product documentation.


The most significant update in this service pack release is the comprehensive MSDN-style product documentation which is seamlessly integrated into the Visual Studio's help viewer library. The integration allows developers to locate the help content for a particular class, a type or a member simply by pressing F1 key within the Visual Studio designer. The product documentation, particularly for the Silverlight and WPF lineups, now includes over 150 new walkthroughs and how-to topics, and over 80 new conceptual topics.


New features designed to address a number of advanced scenarios in the Silverlight and WPF development are also part of SP1. For example, the page framework now supports multiple roles for the role-based security feature, while the popup controls add new properties to enable declarative binding in XAML markup.

ASP.NET products, such as WebDesktop, WebGrid, WebInput, WebTreeView, WebScheduler, and WebTextEditor, also receive fixes. For example, WebGrid now fully supports XHTML mode in the IE 7 browser and WebScheduler adds the ability to limit the maximum JSON data length.

For more information download the release notes.



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