Objective 2.5: Design Presentation Behavior

With the advent of WPF, the developer now has a great deal of control over how the UI interacts with the user. While familiar behaviors such as dragging are still easy to implement, you can also use attached events, triggers, and animation to make the user experience more responsive than ever before.

Determine Which Behaviors Will Be Implemented and How

WPF provides unprecedented functionality for implementing behaviors in the Presentation layer through attached events, triggers, and animation.

Attached Events

It is possible for a control to define a handler for an event that the control ...

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