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Silverlight 4 Data and Services Cookbook by Kevin Dockx, Gill Cleeren

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Using source control in Visual Studio 2010 and Blend 4

When working on slightly larger projects in teams, source control is an absolute necessity. By far, the most popular source control system in the Microsoft world today is Team Foundation Server (TFS). This recipe explains all that we need to get TFS to work with Silverlight applications in Visual Studio and Blend. It doesn't explain how to work with TFS itself.

Getting ready

Before getting started, make sure that you have installed Blend 4 and the necessary developer tools as described in the Getting our environment ready to start developing Silverlight applications section.

How to do it...

To start using TFS as a versioning system with a Silverlight-enabled solution, we need to perform the ...

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