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hi guys,


i am working on a project where i am not decide which one is good for layout in wpf Application ,so please suggests??
Posted 2-Jan-13 18:06pm
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Totally incorrect question. How do we know what's good for you, for your project. Replaces? The whole notion is incorrect; the two libraries are different in nature and do not work together (I do not mean interop here; it is limited), so how you define "replacement"?

And why asking at all? Can anyone explain to me why asking? Try some panels and controls; and you will see it all.
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Please see my comment to the question. No, stack panel is not analogous to wrap panel, not at all. Its behavior is quite different (and quite useful; frankly, if you are using wrap panels, I bet many users do not quite understand how to use your UI; I would call it "lazy panel" :-)). It's easier to sit down and try out to see what it does.

Generally, the questions like that are very fruitless. Sit down and try some controls, panels, etc. This is easy enough to do. Each experiment will take few minutes; overall, this is much more effective that asking and answering it here.

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Not wrong? Who accused you in being wrong? I only say your questions make little sense. Yes, I'm sure.
As to performance, please don't tell us you not mentioned it — you did not. Think by yourself, how a performance can be poor in such things? It's good enough for all WPF panels...
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