C# - Wpf Sample Application
WPF Tutorial for Beginners
WPF stands for Windows Presentation Foundation, which is the Microsoft's latest and most advanced approach to a GUI (Graphical User Interface) framework with .Net. It is the development platform of choice for desktop applications and Windows 8 and all previous versions of Windows.
WPF uses the declarative language XAML in WPF Application, so It's a combination of XAML mark-up language and C#/VB.Net/any other .Net language.
Top 5 WPF Features
WPF comes with lots of advantages. Let me introduce a few of its features :-
- WPF is Resolution Independence
- WPF separates the appearance of an UI from its behaviour. The appearance is specified by XAML and behaviour is specified by a managed programming language like C# or VB. Net
- WPF applications run within DirectX environment, It has graphics and animation capabilities.
- WPF has support for playing any audio or video file supported by Windows Media Player.
- Highly Customizable. WPF supports separation of appearance and behaviours; hence you can easily change the look of a control or a set of controls. This concept of styling controls in WPF, is almost like CSS in HTML. In WPF, you can store styles, controls, animations, and even any object as a resource and you may associate that resource to the controls. Each resource is declared once when the form loads itself.
Hello World - WPF Sample Application C#
In this article I will give you a quick demo of hello world wpf application demo for beginners. A basic knowledge of C# is recommended when learning to use WPF. By creating a new project in Visual Studio, from the templates choose Visual C#, over in the list of actual templates choose WPF application. After visual studio settles down, we open up in MainWindow.xaml.
|Wpf Application for Beginners|
It is the principle or first window that is created for you, there are a number of other files like App.config and App.xaml files. Find the code below :-
|Wpf Sample Application Demo|
Title="WPF Demo" Height="350" Width="525">
Text="Hello World!" />
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