Interacting with Windows Forms


In an ideal world, once developers master a new technology such as WPF, they’d leave the previous framework behind. Everything would be written using the latest, most capable toolkit, and no one would ever worry about legacy code. Of course, this ideal world is nothing like the real world, and there are two reasons why most WPF developers will need to interact with the Windows Forms platform at some point: to leverage existing code investments and to compensate for missing features in WPF.


User Control Visual Studio Event Handler Keyboard Input Separate Window 
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