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Think about how, prior to WPF, you might have approached an application with respect to the user interface, multimedia, and document lifecycle. You might have chosen Windows Forms to implement most of the UI, perhaps calling out to Adobe Flash for the multimedia aspects, and using PDF or proprietary file formats to handle the documentation artifacts. You may also have used Microsoft s Windows Media Player components or Apple s QuickTime to embed video content for tutorials or how-tos in your application. With WPF, Microsoft addresses all these concerns with a single, unified base technology. One of the implications of this is that WPF is pretty extensive extensive enough that a quick glance won t tell you what s there and where to find it. The main
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purpose of this chapter is to provide an overview of all the pieces that make up WPF, including many of the new acronyms. We ll discuss many of these pieces in much greater detail throughout the rest of the book, but we think it s important to have a mental framework for the whole technology. We ll also discuss a number of tools that are relevant to WPF development. Although this book is focused almost exclusively on the use of Visual Studio 2008 with WPF, you should be aware of these other tools and know when they might be appropriate for you to use. Before we get to all of that, we want to start by explaining where and how WPF fits into .NET and Windows.
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WPF is one of the four pillars of .NET 3.x (the other three being Workflow Foundation,
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Windows Communication Foundation, and Windows CardSpace). One particularly subtle but important note about .NET 3.x is that its release marks the first time that the managed code world is a part of the primary Windows SDK. This is a tipping point in the relationship between .NET and what s been considered the native Windows platform, rather than a wrapper around native code. WPF is a core part of Windows from Vista forward and is available as an add-on to Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.
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Red bits and green bits Microsoft designed the .NET 1.0 and .NET 2.0 frameworks to be able to be installed side by side. In theory, this capability was a good idea, but it caused various manageability problems and concerns about what would happen when, say, .NET 8.0 came out and was installed side by side with seven previous versions (and their service packs). .NET 3.0 and .NET 3.5 take a different path. Although this explanation is something of an oversimplification, you can think of 3.0 as a superset of 2.0 that includes a number of new things (like WPF) and some changes to the existing 2.0 framework changes that Microsoft assures us are safely backwards compatible. Likewise, 3.5 is a superset of 3.0 with some (equally backwards compatible) changes to 3.0 and to 2.0. The 3.5 Service Pack 1 just tweaks the 3.5 assemblies and is pushed out (drizzled is the word that Microsoft uses) via Windows Update; anyone who has 3.5 should have 3.5 SP1, so it doesn t really affect the picture. Figure 3.1 shows the relationship between the different versions and the new components. As scary as the backwards compatibility story sounds, Microsoft has come up with a fairly good plan to make everything work, complete with a color coding system ( la Homeland Security)! The bits2 that make up the framework are broken down as follows:
Green bits New for the version. For example, WPF was new for 3.0, and so it was safe for them to drop entirely new assemblies in (green == safe). Red bits Changed in the existing code for the new version. For example, for 3.5, WPF was no longer new, so any changes became riskier and had to be handled with caution (red == dangerous).
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