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Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) provides a rich set of libraries and APIs for developers to create engaging user experiences. When Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)

was first released as part of .NET framework Version 3.0 in 2006, It was billed as the future of desktop application Graphical User Interface (GUI) and supporters claimed that it would put an end

to the previous GUI technology, Windows Forms. However as time passed, it has fallen far short of this claim. Despite its ability to create stunning user interfaces and being far superior than older

Windows Forms technology, It has still not gained momentum in software industry, even after 16 years of development and maturity by Microsoft. In your view, what could be the reasons?

Why software industry has been reluctant to adopt this new technology? Support your answer with solid arguments.

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Your comments should be in the following format:
Reason 1:
write explanation/detail of this reason in 2-3 lines.
Reason 2:
  write explanation/detail of this reason in 2-3 lines.
Reason 3:
  write explanation/detail of this reason in 2-3 lines.
Updated 18-Dec-22 20:08pm
Graeme_Grant 19-Dec-22 2:54am    
Sounds like a fun homework project...
Dave Kreskowiak 19-Dec-22 9:12am    
We're not here to do your homework for you, and you going around to various website begging for that to happen is just wasting your time. It would be much better spent looking this stuff up and reading about it yourself. That way, YOU learn what this stuff is and what's going on with it. Imagine that, doing what you're actually going to school to learn how to do.

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