Mixing WPF and WinForms

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 10 Aug 2010 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

You can embed WPF controls in a WinForms application or WinForms controls in a WPF application, using a simple adapter. Because of this inherent symmetry, you can build hybrid applications, mixing controls from the other platform. Michael Sorens gives a practical guide to WPF / WinForms interoperability...

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