Chapter 7: Migrating Your Windows Applications to the Windows App SDK and WinUI

In the previous chapters, we learned about the main features of the Windows App SDK and WinUI and how they are differentiated from the existing features of other popular Windows development platforms, such as Windows Forms, WPF, and Universal Windows Platform (UWP). We have learned a lot of concepts that are important when it comes to building a real-world application: binding, adopting the MVVM pattern, building a responsive UI, and more.

Now, it's time to put the knowledge we have acquired so far into practice. We can do this by using it to migrate real applications to the Windows App SDK and WinUI so that we achieve our modernization goal: building an enterprise ...

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