WPF vs. Silverlight - Part 7 - Case sensitivity

by Morten 4. August 2011 21:57

See intro blogpost here.

Silverlight in general seems less restrictive when it comes to your XAML. For instance case sensitivity. I was recently trying to use a class modifier on my UserControl using the following:

<UserControl x:ClassModifier=”Internal>

However this doesn’t work in WPF. It turns out that the "internal" keyword must be lower-case in WPF. Luckily this also works in Silverlight, so stick with the right casing and you’re good :-)

Next: WPF vs. Silverlight - Part 8 - Reusing code in Visual Studio

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