XAML
Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) is a declarative programming language to build Windows apps used in WPF and UWP. This category lists various XAML learning tutorials, XAML code samples, XAML articles, and XAML book.

Articles

  • XAML DatePicker

    The XAML <DatePicker> element represents a DatePicker control in UI app. This article demonstrates how to use a DatePicker control in WPF app.
  • XAML ComboBox

    The <ComboBox> element in XAML represents a ComboBox. This article demonstrates how to create and use a ComboBox using XAML.
  • XAML CheckBox

    The XAML <CheckBox> element represents a CheckBox control. Code example to create and use a CheckBox using XAML in a WPF app.
  • XAML Calendar

    The XAML <Calendar> element represents a WPF calendar. XAML Calendar provides a calendar control to select a date or a date range from a month view. This tutorial with code examples details how to use a calendar control in WPF.
  • XAML Button

    The Button class represents a button control of WPF in C#. Button control is created using the <Button> element in XAML at design-time. The code examples in this Button tutorials show how to create a button, add a click event handler to a button, and format a WPF button in C# and XAML.
  • XAML Border

    The XAML <Border> element represents a border in Windows app. Code example in this tutorial shows how to apply a border to WPF controls using XAML and C#.
  • XAML ScrollBar

    The <Scrollbar> element of XAML represents a scroll bar control for WPF apps. The code sample in this tutorial shows how to use a ScrollBar control in a WPF app using XAML.
  • XAML Slider Code Sample

    XAML Slider element represents the slider control in XAML and WPF. The code example in this article uses <Slider> to implement a slider in WPF.
  • Using XAML TextBlock

    XAML TextBlock element represents a TextBlock control. These code examples demo how to declare and use a XAML Text Block.
  • XAML TextBox

    The element in XAML represents a TextBox control. Code examples of how to use XAML TextBox.
  • XAML ToolTip Reference

    XAML ToolTip element represent a ToolTip of control that can be set using the ToolTip property of a WPF control. Here are some code examples of how to show tool tips of controls in WPF.
  • XAML TreeView

    XAML <TreeView> element represents a TreeView control in WPF. Here are a few XAML TreeView code examples.
  • XAML ListBox

    This is a reference tutorial of XAML ListBox element with code examples written in XAML and C#.
  • XAML ListView

    The ListView element in XAML represents a ListView control. The code example in this tutorial demonstrates how to use a XAML ListView in WPF using C#.
  • How To Create A GridView In XAML

    XAML doesn't support a GridView element. However, you can use a ListView to create a GridView like UI. The code sample in this article is an example of creating GridView in XAML.
  • XAML WrapPanel

    The WrapPanel element in XAML represents a Wrap Panel. This tutorial shows how to use a XAML WrapPanel in WPF and C#.
  • Working with WPF Viewbox Control

    In this article, we will show how to use a ViewBox control available in WPF and XAML. Code sample shows use of Viewbox in XAML and C#.
  • XAML Viewbox Tutorial

    Learn how to use XAML Viewbox with code example. <Viewbox> element in XAML represents a Viewbox control of WPF and C#. Viewbox.Stretch and Viewbox.StretchDirection properties.
  • Learn Navigation in XAML

    This article shows how to navigate to the next page with data.
  • Visual Brush In WPF

    In this article describes how to use a VisualBrush in WPF. VisualBrush is a new addition to the brush types since GDI+. A VisualBrush is used to fill UI elements.