Understanding the eXtensible Application Markup Language
In Windows Presentation Foundation applications, the user interface is defined via the eXtensible Application Markup Language (XAML), which is a markup language that allows defining the interface in a declarative mode and that derives from the XML language. This markup language is revolutionary because it allows the separation of the roles of designers and developers. Professional designers can style the application’s layout by using specific tools that allow generating and editing XAML without the need of knowing the programming fundamentals, leaving unchanged the code that empowers the application.
Note on Designer Tools
Designers typically use professional tools such as Microsoft Blend ...