Visual Studio and the .NET Framework enable you to include resources within your application. Resources are different kinds of information that would usually be available from external files, such as sounds, images, and text. You can embed in your application all resources you want using
My.Resources and the Resources Designer.
Things behave a little differently in XAML-based platforms like WPF and Windows Store apps. Because of their particular infrastructures, embedding resources using the Resources Designer is a practice that you must avoid. To understand how WPF resources work, take a look at the official page in the MSDN Library: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms750613(VS.110).aspx. This chapter describes ...