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Silverlight Toolkit October 2009 changes

The following list encompasses all changes made between the Silverlight Toolkit July 2009 release and the Silverlight Toolkit October 2009 release for Silverlight 3. To see previous changes see the Silverlight Toolkit December 2008 change list, Silverlight Toolkit March 2009 change list, and Silverlight Toolkit July 2009 change list.

NOTE: If you're migrating from Silverlight 2 or Silverlight 3 Beta to Silverlight 3 then it might be helpful to review the following document: Ensuring That Your Silverlight 2 Applications Work with Silverlight 3.

What’s New

Visual Studio 2010 Support

  • All controls updated to provide a great design time experience in Visual Studio 2010

Charting

  • All classes now unsealed
  • ISeries interface introduced as base interface for all Series
  • Breaking change: StylePalette renamed Palette and type changed to IEnumerable<ResourceDictionary> from IEnumerable<Style>
  • LegendItemStyle introduced to provide easier customization of LegendItem
  • For more information, see David Anson's Blog.

Drag & Drop

  • Drag & drop support added for common items controls such as ListBox, TreeView, DataGrid, and charting controls.
  • System.Windows.Controls.Data.Toolkit assembly added.
  • The System.Reactive assembly is now installed alongside other Silverlight Toolkit binaries.

Other Updates

Accordion

  • Themes updated to add support for this control

ChildWindow

  • Themes updated to add support for this control

DataForm

  • Themes updated to add support for this control

DataPager

  • Themes updated to add support for this control

DomainUpDown

  • Mouse wheel support added to change value

GlobalCalendar

  • Mouse wheel support added to navigate between months in year mode and years in decade mode

GridSplitter

  • Themes updated to add support for this control

TimePicker / TimeUpDown

  • Mouse wheel support added

TreeMap

  • VB Sample added

Last edited Oct 19, 2009 at 5:50 PM by ScottMorrison, version 6

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