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Gerry Schmitz6-Feb-19 8:28
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I've found that UWP has more "look and feel" properties that you can't arbitrarily mess with (like a minimum size / height).

All the "built-in" UWP controls work well. They are supplemented with 2 main Nugets that provide extra controls that would be in WPF but not UWP currently or are just different. And UWP has some nice controls that WPF doesn't (mostly "flash" IMO).

The Treeview was a Nuget; worked as advertised. Made my own out of a ListView because it was more customizable (but I have particular demands). DataGrid is also a Nuget. Works. (With row templating, "data grids" are not such a big deal anymore).

Virtualy every control (UWP, Windows and WPF) can be reduced to a few primitives: a button, text block or a list.

UWP lets you roll your own just like in Win Forms or WPF. (And no sign of MVVM).
"(I) am amazed to see myself here rather than there ... now rather than then".
― Blaise Pascal

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GeneralCommand prompt idea...aye or nay? Pin
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