First some background: I'm developing an application that monitors another application. This another application (let's name it AUT - Application Under Test) is launched from my application and it records the state of the application. The AUT is a third party software so I have absolutely no control over its code.
Right now I'm launching the application and I'm recording the initial state of the AUT. I now want to be able to tell if another window opens, for whatever reason, and record its state.
In Java every Swing and AWT event goes through the Event Dispatch Thread, and I can do what I want by installing a AWTEventListener and check when a WindowEvent of type WINDOW_OPENED is thrown.
Any insights on how to do something similar in C#?
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