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If you are a developer or designer who is creating cutting edge user interface experiences using Microsoft Expression Blend you've just found a great resource!  The purpose of this site is to share our experience with this brand new product.  As with any new piece of software there is a ton to discover.  Bugs will be revealed and workarounds discovered, hopefully this can be a resource to share in the discovery process!

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Author: Larry Tawes Created: 11/16/2007 10:39 AM
Just my little take on things related to Expression Blend, VS2008 and WPF and Silverlight.

Silverlight 2.0 Beta overview
By Larry Tawes on 2/22/2008 12:15 PM
Scott Guthrie has posted an overview on what we can expect to see in Silverlight 2.0 Beta1.
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UPDATE!! Issues creating a UserControl as a dll in Expression Blend
By Larry Tawes on 1/6/2008 10:49 PM
I'm having a bit of a problem creating a UserControl as a dll in Expression Blend in a new WPF Control Library project with the language set to VB.
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Difference in adding a reference to a Web Service in VS2005 versus VS2008
By Larry Tawes on 12/19/2007 5:21 PM
I'm a big fan of the released version of VS2008 but some of the things I did in VS2005 with few mouse clicks now take additional clicks to accomplish the same task in VS2008. Take adding a reference to a Web Service for instance...
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Using System.ComponentModel to Clearly Define Custom Dependency Properties in Expression Blend
By Larry Tawes on 12/5/2007 1:11 PM
By default when you create a Dependency Property in the code-behind file for your User Control or Custom Control that property will be available in the Miscellaneous category of the Properties Panel in Expression Blend. What if you need to give your designer more information about the Dependency Property you've created or you want to group your Dependency Property into a category in the Properties Panel other than Miscellaneous? Well thankfully this is easily accomplished.
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