Chapter 8. Resources
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The .NET Framework has generic infrastructure for packaging and accessing resources—the noncode pieces of an application or component, such as bitmaps, fonts, audio/video files, and string tables. As with many other parts of WPF, WPF not only leverages the core .NET resources system but adds a little more support. WPF supports two distinct types of resources: binary resources and logical resources.
The first type—binary resources—are exactly what the rest of the .NET Framework considers to be resources. In WPF applications, these are typically traditional items like bitmaps. However, even compiled XAML gets stored as such a resource behind the scenes. Binary ...