Since our first official release in July, we have received lots of feedback from customers about things we need to improve. And we listened! The new release adds several important features that make working with the control easier. Here is the list:
Accessibility has always been a big thing for us in the ASP.NET area, and we are committed to the same thing on other platforms. WPF is especially nice in that it allows you to use your accessibility API to automate your interaction with a given control. It was a good investment for us as we are now using those features to supercharge our functional tests suite. But I digress, more details in a future post.
Of course a service pack release has to fix some bugs. Here is the list:
One more thing -- the new release contains updated versions of the controls that we shipped for Silverlight two weeks ago.
As usual, get the new distribution from your Client.NET account or play with the online examples here.
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