Jim Nakashima, one of the developers of the Visual Studio.NET 2008 design-time features (Cider), on his blog looks at the WPF controls that are implementing design-time support. Recently he looked at DotNetBar for WPF design-time features we just released and here is what he says:

DevComponents recently released their DotNetBar Suite for WPF and it is loaded with design time features. Using Cider Extensibility, DevComponents really has put together one of the richest design times I’ve seen to date.

You can read more in his blog post

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