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About Rod Stephens. This reference provides you with a solidfoundation of fundamental WPF concepts so you can start buildingattractive, dynamic, and interactive applications quickly andeasily. As the book progresses, topics gradually become moreadvanced, and you'll discover how to use WPF to build applicationsthat run in more environments, on more hardware, using moregraphical tools, and providing a more engaging visual experiencethan is normally possible with Windows Forms.
Explains with full color code examples how code is connected tothe user interface and shows how operations can be performed usingboth XAML and C. Features a series of essential appendices that summarize WPFsyntax and concepts for easy reference. NET 4. Shows how to position and arrange content, layout, interaction,and drawing controls; define their properties; and manipulate thoseproperties to produce stunning visual effects.
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