In the previous chapter you explored the WPF layout system, which lets you arrange a window by placing elements into specialized layout containers. With this system, even a simple window breaks down to a nested series of Grid, StackPanel, and DockPanel containers. Dig deep enough and you’ll eventually find the visible elements (widgets such as buttons, labels, and text boxes) inside the various containers.


Content Model Content Control Content Property Border Class Window Class 
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