You’ve now seen a lot of built-in controls that can be used for creating a wide variety of user interfaces on the various XAML-based UI frameworks. Although you can radically change the look of these controls by using the techniques discussed in Chapter 18, the core behavior described in this part of the book remains the same.
You can find a number of additional toolkits with XAML controls, some free and some not. For example, Telerik (http://telerik.com) sells a large suite of controls that includes
AutoCompleteBox. For another example, Bing provides fantastic controls for 2D and 3D maps, language translation, Optical Character Recognition (OCR), and more. You can find them by searching the online section ...