Markup languages are consuming the world, they are the bedrock of the modern publishing industry and are pervasive in software development. And they're commonplace as a UI definition language in many modern-day UI frameworks. This tutorial examines the reasons why XML is a common UI markup language.
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- [Instructor] Markup languages are consuming the world.…They are the bedrock of the modern publishing industry,…and are pervasive in software development.…And they are common place as a UI definition language…in many modern day UI frameworks.…HTML and XML are the most prevalent markup languages.…HTML is often used to describe online documents.…The HTML elements indicate the semantic meaning…of the embedded content.…Therefore both humans and computers…can read this HTML document and know…what the different parts mean.…
The body tag on Line Three indicates…the main body of the document.…This is what the browser shows in the browser window.…The H1 element on Line Six declares…that this text is a header, so the human reader…knows that it's an important headline text.…And the browser and other user agents…know to render the text with a header look.…The p tag on Line Seven defines a paragraph,…which tells the human editor that this…is the start of a new idea encapsulated into a paragraph.…And the browser knows to format this…
- What is XAML?
- What frameworks use XAML?
- Working with XAML and Visual Studio
- Exploring XAML namespaces
- Instantiating objects
- Subscribing to events
- Using XAML in Windows Presentation Foundations, Universal Windows, and more