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Why you should develop systems in WPF, not WinForms
Part four of a eleven-part series of blogs

Posted by Andy Brown on 25 September 2012

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3 - WPF Works for Websites

WPF is virtually the same as SilverLight (one is just a superset of the other), which means that you can publish WPF applications to a website URL:

A page in XAML

Our window created as a webpage.

 

I have to admit at this point that I've never created a web-based WPF application, although I am an ASP.NET guru.  Here's a starter for anyone wanting more information on this.

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