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Getting Started

This portal provides links to information intended for developers that are new to Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).

The WPF development platform is built on a core programming system, which is extended to support a broad set of application development features, including the application model itself, resources, controls, graphics, layout, data binding, documents, and security.

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Applications

The WPF application model provides the application framework against which WPF applications are built. See the following for more information:

Resources

WPF extends the Microsoft .NET Framework resource infrastructure to provide a uniform resource identifier (URI)-driven model for configuring, identifying, and loading assembly resources, which also provides the basis for localization and globalization. Additionally, WPF supports a simple way to reuse commonly defined objects and values as user interface (UI) resources. See the following for more information:

Controls

WPF includes a broad set of common controls, and leverages styles, triggers, and templates to create easily reusable custom controls. See the following for more information:

Layout

Layout is a first-class feature in WPF that supports dynamic resizing and repositioning of user interface (UI) for both standard and localized and globalized applications. See the following for more information:

Graphics

WPF incorporates deeply integrated support for graphics, which is built vector graphics and supports 2-D graphics, 3-D graphics, animation, and a comprehensive suite of drawing tools. See the following for more information:

Data Binding

WPF Data binding provides a simplified infrastructure for synchronizing user interface (UI) with data, which can be extended through the use of data templates .See the following for more information:

Documents

Specialized support for document viewing, typography, printing, and annotating is exposed from WPF. See the following for more information:

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