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  • proper n. Initialism of Windows Presentation Foundation.

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Examples

  • If you know where my technology focus lies you might be surprised to see the term WPF in my blog ...

    dasBlonde

  • 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".

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  • 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.

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • 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.

    Daring Fireball

  • The way I see it, there is no possible outcome of this diatribe that could benefit the WPF, which is why I am puzzled.

    Planet PHP

  • So in other words WPF browser applications are OS dependent while SilverLight is not.

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • Before Silverlight was called WPF / E, it was call ShizXaml …

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  • 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.

    DevX: Latest Published Articles

  • 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?

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  • He shows how he used threads and calling WPF code from a web server without actually having a WPF application!

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