Visual Studio offers a second option for building workflows. The second option uses XAML mark-up and code separation, also commonly referred to as code-beside. In this scenario, the designer stores mark-up inside a XOML file, and we augment the definition with source code in a C# or Visual Basic file. The item template for this option is Sequential Workflow (with code separation).
This item template also adds two files to the project. If we call our workflow
CodeSeparation, the files will be
CodeSeparation.xoml.cs. If we build the same workflow as we did at the beginning of the chapter (with a