The WPF Files: Mission Accomplished (Premium)


The WPF version of .NETpad is now complete, in the sense that it duplicates the functionality of its WinForms predecessors while leveraging some key advantages and differences in this newer framework.

I created this version of the application differently than I did with the first one, which was based on Visual Basic, Windows Forms, and the .NET Framework. Instead of creating it in real-time, and documenting my progress as I went, I instead created the entire application first, and only wrote about how I did it vaguely and towards the end of the process.

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