Michael Kappel

TypeScript Language Specification Version 0.8 October 2012

Guide to JavaScript Design Patterns

When programming in Silverlight if the InitializeComponent() fails then check if the “x:Class” is pointed to the correct class and NAMESPACE because an incorrect value in the XAML will lead to this erroneous error."The name ‘InitializeComponent’ does not exist in the current context" Error in VS 2012, C#, and Silverlight 5

When programming in Silverlight if the InitializeComponent() fails then check if the “x:Class” is pointed to the correct class and NAMESPACE because an incorrect value in the XAML will lead to this erroneous error.

"The name ‘InitializeComponent’ does not exist in the current context" Error in VS 2012, C#, and Silverlight 5

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