The Page History
Now that you've learned about pages and the different ways to host them, you're ready to delve deeper into the navigation model that WPF uses. In this section, you'll learn how WPF hyperlinks work and how pages are restored when you navigate back to them.
A Closer Look at URIs in WPF
You might wonder how properties like Application.StartupUri, Frame.Source, and Hyperlink.NavigateUri actually work. In an application that's made up of loose XAML files and run in the browser, it's fairly straightforward—when you click a hyperlink, the browser treats the page reference as a relative URI and looks for the XAML page in the current folder. But in a compiled application, the pages are no longer available as separate resources—instead, ...