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The trouble with normal .NET properties for UI

The trouble with normal .NET properties for UI: Microsoft XAML: 2 Content and Properties
The trouble with normal .NET properties for UI: Microsoft XAML: 2 Content and Properties

WPF, Silverlight, and UWA are built on the .NET framework, so all the visual elements are really .NET types. They have properties, events, and methods like any .NET type. But Microsoft knew there were potential problems with building a UI system on a managed type system. So when they built WPF, the first system to use XAML, they tried to mitigate some of the issues. This tutorial looks the Dependency Property System, a system built to solve UI specific problems in a managed code base.

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Desktop Apps Development Tools Developer .NET XAML Azure

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