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Christian Schormann

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Blend for Windows Phone: Update Available

We have just published refreshed bits of the Blend Add-In for Windows Phone and the Blend SDK for WIndows Phone. You can now use these bits with the Blend 4 RC build and the VS2010 RTM bits. Of course you also need the latest version of the phone development tools too.

Download links:

Happy designing and developing :)

posted by cs at 11:44  

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