Expression Blend becoming primary XAML and WPF development tool

With the latest release of Expression Blend 4.0 back in April 2010, more and more developers are relying on the unique features to create XAML based interfaces for Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation applications.

Expression Blend being used more and more in the development of XAML interfaces for Silverlight and WPF.

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