Visual Studio 2008 and later provides support for creating Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) controls and applications. Visual Studio also provides support for extending the WPF Designer.
Introduces the WPF Designer, which you can use to visually design the UI for your Windows Vista application.
Describes the basics for getting started using the WPF Designer.
Describes the WPF Designer features to help you visually create user interfaces for your Windows Vista applications.
Describes how to use the WPF Designer in conjunction with XAML and code.
Describes the data binding builder, data attributes, and other options for creating data bindings at design time.
Describes the support for interoperation of Windows Forms and WPF in the WPF Designer.
Describes the debugging support and resources for correcting errors in the WPF Designer.
Describes deployment and localization of WPF projects created by using the WPF Designer.
Describes many advanced scenarios for building custom controls and extending the WPF Designer experience.
Contains links to topics that describe the WPF platform.
Describes how to use XAML markup to define your WPF controls and applications.
Contains links to topics that describe how to use both Windows Forms and WPF in your Windows Vista applications.