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What the difference between blend and Visual Studio

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I came across a question What the difference between blend and Visual Studio ?. Can we Develop all the app which is supported by Visual studio and Blend as well
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Both are from MS and can provide overlapping functionality.

Blend is primarily for a Designer/UX role that isn't comfortable with the breadth of Visual Studio.

https://wildermuth.com/2009/06/10/Blend_and_Visual_Studio_-_Why_Two_Tools
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And Blend is all about XAML (for applications like WPF)

it is not useful for WinForms, console, ASP.Net, ...
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Thanks Experts
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