The Blend Integrated Development Environment

  • Victor Gaudioso


Now that you have your development environment set up and have had a taste of how fun and easy it is to create a cool-looking and interactive Silverlight application, we can take a step back, get to the basics, and discuss some of the major features of the Blend 4 integrated development environment (IDE). As we proceed, I will explain each major feature and then task you with little exercises to help you to familiarize yourself with these tools and features. Some of these tools and features I will discuss briefly here and in more depth in later chapters. Before we get started, I want to provide you with a quick list of features brand new to Blend 4.


Visual Studio Bezier Curve Color Palette Integrate Development Environment Shape Tool 
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