- n. computing Initialism of Windows Presentation Foundation.
“If you know where my technology focus lies you might be surprised to see the term WPF in my blog ...”
“NET, but Devin mentioned to me that WPF is "Microsoft's new way of doing UI and tying it to logic and is very powerful".”
“Threading in WPF created real havoc on our servers for some reason if you call a WPF application in a bit of a none conventional way it leaves running threads on the server.”
“Now you take the WPF aka desktop installed application guy, and go oh by the way coding a mobile phone app uses the same code, etc that you use every day.”
“The way I see it, there is no possible outcome of this diatribe that could benefit the WPF, which is why I am puzzled.”
“So in other words WPF browser applications are OS dependent while SilverLight is not.”
“Before Silverlight was called WPF / E, it was call ShizXaml …”
“Silverlight (formerly known as WPF / e-the "e" stands for "everywhere") is a restricted version of WPF designed to run securely in a browser while still providing a rich user interface.”
“So, do you think it would make more sense if all of the technologies were actually called WPF (or XAML) but with an additional label?”
“He shows how he used threads and calling WPF code from a web server without actually having a WPF application!”
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