The complete WPF tutorial
Welcome to this WPF tutorial, currently consisting of 103 articles, where you'll learn to make your own applications using the WPF UI framework. If you're brand new to WPF, then we recommend that you start from the first chapter and then read your way through all of it.
Have a look at the Table of contents to the right, where all the chapters are listed and be sure to come back regularly, as we will keep adding new chapters to it. We hope that this tutorial will get you started properly on WPF.
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A basic knowledge of C# is recommended when learning to use WPF. If you don't already know some C#, you may wish to get a better sense of by going through a C# tutorial. During the topics on XAML and styling, you will also benefit from a proper understanding of HTML and CSS.
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