About Microsoft Expression Studio
The Microsoft Expression Studio is a software built for the designers of programs to utilize. Here graphical user interface can be created with much ease and by integrating the work of the designers and programmers all at the same time.
Timeline of Microsoft Expression Studio
The first version of expressions studio was initiated in the year 2007 and came to be called the release 1.0.
Microsoft Expression Studio 2.0 got introduced in the year 2008, and many designers saw it as a debugged and makeover version of the earlier 1.0 release.
The release, on the whole, brings the suite together as a whole to the users. It was made available to the student community as the DreamSpark Program.
Studio 3 was released in the year 2009 and was a continuation of the earlier versions. It was here that the Silverlight 3.0 was targeted by the designer community and to good effect.
The year 2010 saw the last release of Microsoft Expression Studio. It has since been discontinued. The release was introduced as a free upgrade that was meant to be the end-all to the designers.
With the Microsoft Expression Studio, an attempt was made to make design and programing easy and accessible to the average person. It tried to do away with the tedious coding that preceded the development of graphic user interfaces.
It could be safely concluded that the program got discontinued as there were more straightforward or more productive alternatives available in the market.
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