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XAML Debugging

Serious WPF/Silverlight development really demands that there's the ability to debug XAML, i.e. set breakpoints, step over/into XAML, examine triggers and the likes

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      • Pete O'HanlonPete O'Hanlon commented  · 

        Wow Tim. I originally posted this idea back in about 2010/2011. I hadn't realised it had resurrected. I shall head off and post this idea right now.

      • TazTaz commented  · 

        Why this wasn't added in WPF4 and VS2010 is beyond me.

      • VENKATESHVENKATESH commented  · 

        hi i am new to xam/WPF i am not able t debug in vs2005 ,it is aking the following

        XAML Browser Applications run in a sandbox with "Internet Permissions".

        anybody have solution for this

        thanks
        venkat.

      • Daniels DanilinsDaniels Danilins commented  · 

        Silverlight 5 gets Breakpoints for Binding. When WPF get this must have feature?

      • raffaeuraffaeu commented  · 

        It would be great as we can debug now the HTML code in ASP.NET MVC it would really be great to have the same future in WPF. Especially when you need to debug the Bind in an MVVM application and/or with Prism, where the bind is coming 'on fly' from a message broaker or something else so the only way to test it is with a couple of F10.

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