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WPF Windows: Code-based layout versus XAML

, 12 Aug 2006
Designing your windows from code has suffered from the introduction of WPF and its XAML. Nevertheless it is possible not to use the descriptive language at all. Lets see how.

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Dragos Sbirlea
Software Developer
Romania Romania
Dragos is currently a student at the Polytechnic University of Bucharest. He likes keeping up to date with new and amazing technologies and he hopes he will one day master the mechanisms behind modern day programming languages so that he can write the best possible code from a performance and maintainability point of view.
 
He keeps track of the things he learns on a daily basis on his blog, at http://picobit.wordpress.com/ .

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