Saturday, February 8, 2014

Go To Definition in XAML Code Editor – Visual Studio 2013

XAML Editor in Visual Studio 2013 now support the Go To Definition (F12) feature. Behavior of this feature is similar to what we have used with C# or other code editors within Visual Studio. You can now select "Go To Definition" for any of the objects, XAML controls, Control Properties or even custom controls from the […]


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