XAML

  • Matthew MacDonald

Abstract

XAML (short for Extensible Application Markup Language and pronounced zammel) is a markup language used to instantiate .NET objects. Although XAML is a technology that can be applied to many problem domains, its primary role in life is to construct WPF user interfaces. In other words, XAML documents define the arrangement of panels, buttons, and controls that make up the windows in a WPF application.

Keywords

Prefix Editing Actual Element 

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© Matthew MacDonald 2012

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