Elad’s WPF Blog

March 30, 2009

WPF Tools

Filed under: WPF — Tags: , , , — Elad Malki @ 1:31 pm


My name is Elad Malki and I’m a software developer at HP Software IL. This is the first post of my first blog, which will be mostly dealing with WPF.

Now that Expression Blend 3.0 Preview is out, it is time to update my list of WPF dev tools:

  • KAXAML – A XAML Parser for quick visualization of the basic built-in WPF UI elements
  • Reflector+BAML Viewer add-in – An Add-in for the reflector that loads BAML from an assembly and display it XAML Syntax
  • Pistachio – A WPF Resource Visualizer for identifying non-usable resources
  • Snoop & Mole – Visual Tree Explorer – Snoop is a standalone app, while mole is a VS debugger visualizer (I just use snoop actually…)

You can find some additional tools here: http://wpf-resources.com/wpftools.aspx If you know about other useful tools, please share !



  1. Welcome to the blogosphere Elad. I look forward to your posts.

    Comment by peteohanlon — March 30, 2009 @ 1:44 pm

  2. Cheers !! 🙂

    Comment by emalki — March 30, 2009 @ 2:15 pm

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