|Windows Presentation Foundation Resource Center|
Welcome to the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Resource Center.
According to Microsoft, "Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) provides the foundation for building applications and high fidelity experiences in Windows Vista, blending together application UI, documents, and media content, while exploiting the full power of your computer." Start your search here for the latest WPF articles, books, sample chapters, tutorials, webcasts, blogs and more. In the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Resource Center, you'll find links to:
- The Microsoft .NET Framework Visual Studio 2008 WPF (formerly code named "Avalon") site.
- A series of 22 Windows Presentation Foundation video tutorials.
- Numerous Windows Presentation Foundation demo applications.
- The video, “How Do I: Debug a Windows Presentation Foundation Application in Visual Studio 2008?” presented by Todd Miranda.
- The sample chapter, “The Road to Avalon (WPF),” from WPF in Action with Visual Studio 2008, by Arlen Feldman and Maxx Daymon.
- A series of 26 videos of the WPF sessions at the MIX07 conference.
- The sample chapter, “Important New Concepts in WPF,” from Windows Presentation Foundation Unleashed (WPF), by Adam Nathan.
- The article, “Introduction to Windows Presentation Foundation,” by Chris Anderson.
- The article, “Build a Great User Experience with Windows Presentation Foundation,” by Michael Weinhardt.
- The article, “Add Video to Controls and 3D Surfaces with WPF,” by Lee Brimelow.
- The article, “Top Ten UI Development Breakthroughs in Windows Presentation Foundation,” by Ian Griffiths and Chris Sells.
- The sample chapter, “Overview of Windows Presentation Foundation,” from Professional WPF Programming: .NET Development with the Windows Presentation Foundation, by Chris Andrade, Shawn Livermore, Mike Meyers, and Scott Van Vliet.
- The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Beta 2 download. Features include the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows CardSpace, LINQ, data awareness, ASP.NET AJAX and more.
- Microsoft’s WPF team blog.
- WPF books, FAQs, forums, blogs and training courses.
- ...And more