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If you do not have the chance to use Visual Studio 2012, you still have to suffer the vagaries of old designer. Heavy, slow and memory leaks, welcome to hell.
I propose two solutions to facilitate the modification of XAML files.
This post is the following part of Contract Generation (1/2).
In previous post about Model description, we discussed how we could describe webservices using a common XML file that will be used by the tools we will be writing in order to manage them. It is now time to start dealing with all the repetitive tasks and makes your hand dirty. We will start with a basic template to output all contracts in one C# file directly, and we will move to a cleaner solution as tutorials will go.