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XAML Documentation

XAML Documentation outlines the object mapping rules and vocabulary of types for the Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) developed by Microsoft for use with the Windows Presentation Foundation component of the .NET Framework.

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[MS-WPFXV]: WPF XAML Vocabulary Specification 2006

The [MS-WPFXV]: WPF XAML Vocabulary Specification 2006 is the detailed definition of the WPF Vocabulary of Types.

[MS-WPFXV-2010]: WPF XAML Vocabulary Specification 2010

The [MS-WPFXV-2010]: WPF XAML Vocabulary specification 2010 is the detailed definition of the WPF Vocabulary of Types.

[MS-WPFXV-2012]: WPF XAML Vocabulary Specification 2012

This specification defines the XAML Schema Information Set information items for the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) XAML Vocabulary. The information items in the XAML Schema Information Set presented in this specification can be used in conjunction with MS-XAML to determine whether any particular XAML instance or XML document is valid WPF XAML.

[MS-XAML]: XAML Object Mapping Specification 2006

The [MS-XAML]: XAML Object Mapping Specification 2006 defines a way to describe types, a way to hold objects and a system for mapping between objects and XML.

[MS-XAML-2009]: XAML Object Mapping Specification 2009

The [MS-XAML-2009]: XAML Object Mapping Specification 2009 defines a way to describe types, a way to hold objects and a system for mapping between objects and XML.

[MS-XAML-2012]: XAML Object Mapping Specification

This specification defines two abstract information models: the XAML Schema Information Set model and the XAML Information Set model. The XAML Information Set (‘XAML Infoset’ for short) defines the structure of information that a XAML instance can represent. The XAML Schema Information Set allows specific XAML vocabularies to be defined. This specification also defines a set of rules for transforming an XML document into a XAML Information Set.

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