Press Release


Iain Hopwood, Media Manager
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Houston, TX – June 28, 2012… EPS Software Corp. release XAML Dialect Comparer Tool as an open-source tool available on

With Windows 8 and Metro Style applications on the horizon, EPS Software has released a tool that allows for comparison of different XAML dialects and utilized framework namespaces. The idea behind this utility is to compare different XAML "dialects" (WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone, Metro) or, more accurately, the framework objects used by those dialects. The tool produces an in-depth report showing users whether their Metro assets can be reused in Windows Phone apps or whether Silverlight projects will translate well to Windows 8 Metro.

The free and open-source tool released by EPS Software, compares types/classes and all their members but makes no comparison of behavior differences between classes and members of identical names.

About CODE Magazine and EPS Software
Founded in 1993 by Markus Egger, EPS Software Corp. is the world’s premier provider in high-tech consulting and custom software services. EPS software publishes CODE Magazine (the Leading Independent Developer Publication) and owns CODE Consulting, CODE Training, and other CODE divisions. CODE’s main focus is on Microsoft technologies, as well as Apple and Google platforms. EPS has a staff and contractor network of industry renowned experts; the staff has earned and maintained more Microsoft MVP Awards than any other company. Markus Egger, founder and president of EPS/ CODE, is the Microsoft Regional Director (RD) for the US Gulf Coast Region.

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