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Implicit styling in Silverlight 4

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In his blog post Gill Cleeren shares how implicit styling in Silverlight 4 dramatically improved the styling of Silverlight applications.

Styling was already available in Silverlight, entirely similar to the styling engine which can be found in Silverlight’s big brother, WPF. However, up until Silverlight 4, not all of the functions had been implemented. The most striking one was the default or implicit styling.




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