- Silverlight 8.1
- This release provides limited support for Silverlight 8.1 apps:
- • You can create a Silverlight-based Windows Phone (code-named “Blue”) app using C# or Visual Basic, or you can upgrade an existing Windows Phone 8.0 app to Windows Phone (code-named “Blue”).
- • The Solution Explorer context menu provides new options for upgrading a project from Silverlight 8.0 to Silverlight 8.1.
- • You can deploy your app to the Windows Phone (code-named Blue) emulator or to a device.
- • Debug with break points is supported for Silverlight 8.1 apps.
- • To upgrade your C++ Windows Phone 8 project, use the Upgrade VC++ Compiler and Libraries context menu item.
- For more information, see Silverlight 8.1 under Known issues.
- Developer productivity tools
- • The following architecture tools in Visual Studio Ultimate now support Windows Universal projects: Code Map, Debugger Map, Dependency graphs, Architecture Explorer, UML designers (and their associated reverse engineering capabilities), and layer diagrams.
- • Code Clone now supports Windows Universal projects; it can identify clones from head and shared projects.
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