Creating a WPF-Based Domain-Specific Language

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You can create a domain-specific language that has a WPF designer instead of a graphical designer.

Information and samples about this feature can be found on the Visual Studio Visualization and Modeling Tools website at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=186128

See Also

How to Define a Domain-Specific Language