Footnote

Preface

[1] This code name has no relationship to the Ruby programming language.

Chapter 1

[1] As programs become more complex, the differences between WPF and Windows Forms become more apparent.

[2] This is similar to the Visual Basic “default property” feature.

[3] We can do this by adding System.Windows.Markup.ContentPropertyAttribute to the type.

[4] After this chapter, I will omit the “…/xaml/presentation” and “…/xaml” namespaces from markup samples. I will consistently map the presentation (WPF) namespace to be the default XML namespace, and “x” as the prefix for the XAML namespace.

[5] We will see later that even in navigation scenarios a window is created for page-based applications.

[6] The naming convention for code-behind ...

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