XAML Designer Extensibility Documents & Samples
Starting in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.3, the XAML designer supports two different architectures: the designer isolation architecture and the more recent surface isolation architecture. This article explains the changes in detail. The samples folder contains code samples that demonstrate how to use XAML designer extensibility.
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