Docs on Upgrading to the new XAML controls

Tom Puglisi / Wednesday, June 16, 2010


As you may have heard, Infragistics made some great changes to evolve and merge our XAML-based product's code base so that you can easily port code from your NetAdvantage-powered Silverlight application to a NetAdvantage-powered WPF application and vise-versa. To understand the technical details behind this change, make sure you read Devin Rader's blog post.

The purpose of my blog post is to ensure that you know about some topics in our documentation that will help you through the process of upgrading to the latest 10.2 version of NetAdvantage XAML based products.

Project Version Utility

If you want a tool that will automatically upgrade your project(s), update your namespaces, class names, references, and any other work that needs to be done in order for the upgrade to succeed, you can use the Project Version Utility - a utility that ships with the 10.2 version of ALL NetAdvantage products. For documentation on how to use the Project Version Utility, please check out the following documentation:

Using the Project Version Utility

You can also perform the upgrade manually by following this topic.

If you ever wanted to back out of the upgrade, this topic explains how to do this as well.


Assembly Namespace Changes

If you want to know the details of all assembly, namespace, class, and member changes, check out the following documentation:

NetAdvantage Silverlight 10.2 Assembly Rename and Refactoring