C#/XAML for HTML5 feature requests

  1. 47 votes
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  2. Provide System.Xaml Serialzation

    Building on top of XML serialzation, it would be great to have 100% System.Xaml parity so that the same serialization available in this assembly (along with System.Windows.Markup) is enabled and available for CSHTML5. This includes enabling support for:

    • Custom Markup Extensions
    • XamlServices.Load and Save
    • All default system markup extensions "{x:Null}, {x:Static}, etc." found in WPF/Silverlight5.
    • IProvideValueTarget interface
    • INameScope interface
    • ... and more!
    15 votes
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  3. 1 vote
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  4. Azure Mobile Service support

    Please provide CRUD (insert,change,delete) support for Microsoft Azure SQL

    10 votes
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  5. Implement the silverlight sdk

    The silverlight SDK contained many of the features missing from silverlight: A menu control, a validation summary control,etc. Our silverlight projects made heavy use of them.

    11 votes
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  6. Azure NuGet Package support

    I'd like to use:
    - Microsoft.Azure.Mobile.Server
    - Microsoft.Azure.Mobile.Client
    These are libraries that help connect and implement Azure App Services, which are crucial to making Azure Mobile Applications.

    6 votes
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  7. preserve users' javascript changes in generated code

    A way to preserve changes made to generated javascript files. You might want to look at some of the older code generation systems to see how this can be done, but typically with markup code to define sections of the file that should not be overwritten. If users want to move the code to pure javascript, this enables the intermediate step of having some code ported while other code is not.

    4 votes
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  8. Are you sure 75% of Xaml is supported?

    I tried it today an there was almost nothing I could do! even BeginAnimation is not supported!!! I tried to make a Border Brush with Gradient but nothing happend! do something about it please. I think you should mostly focus on xaml!

    21 votes
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  9. Support for more .NET Types and Framework Classes

    Many of the request here relates to this, but in general I feel there's currently insufficient .NET Types and Framework Classes support. Ideally should be 90%+ coverage

    25 votes
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  10. TransformGroup

    TransformGroup is a missing type, which I use everywhere in my silverlight projects, adding that would make this usable.

    9 votes
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  11. WriteableBitmap

    WriteableBitmapEx is a popular set of speed boosting apis.

    in WPF is is unmanaged... in Silverlight is is managed code

    38 votes
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  12. Add missing properties to supported features

    For many elements that are supported by CSHTML5, the support is not complete; one or more members are highlight as "not found on {type}" in the XAML editor. For example [Binding] does not support [StringFormat] property. Similarly [LinearGradientBrush] does not support [SpreadMethod]. Please ensure that you support all of the properties for the elements that you claim to be supported.

    2 votes
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  13. 8 votes
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  15. Support WPF Routing Events and handled property

    Currently the routed events don't behave like routed events in WPF
    No Handled property for example

    4 votes
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  16. 2 votes
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  17. cashing of standard 'CSHTML5' libraries like CSharpXamlForHtml5.js (2.6 MB), JSIL.Core.js (0.3MB), etc...

    background: it takes a lot of time to download 'standard' CSHTML5 libraries.

    it should be a HUGE speed up to cash (e.g. store to client local isolated storage) the standard 'CSHTML5' libraries like CSharpXamlForHtml5.js (2.6 MB), JSIL.Core.js (0.3MB), etc...

    some numbers: it takes 5 - 10 sec to download an empty CSHTML5 web site because of the above mentioned standard js libraries.

    19 votes
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  18. NetHttpBindings

    NetHttpBindings is websocket based, and so we can set bidirectional communications with callbacks from server. A very frequent requisite for a web app.
    BasicHttpBinding doesn't support the bidirectional communications required for having the client to reacts to server side messages.
    This woul be very useful for chat, games, etc.
    And substantially needed for my project :)

    18 votes
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  19. XAML preview basic interactivity: click on Rendered XAML and go to selected object XAML code line (sounds incredible easy for CSHTML5 creatr

    XAML preview basic interactivity: click on certain Rendered XAML object (UI select) and go to selected object XAML code line (sounds incredible easy for CSHTML5 creatros)

    3 votes
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  20. controlled Input type to number, text, e-mail, phone, date, datetime, month, etc

    controlled Input type to number, text, e-mail, phone, date, datetime, month, etc, like in HTML5:

    <input type="number" name="quantity" min="1" max="5">

    2 votes
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