WinUI 3 Fundamentals

by Thomas Claudius Huber

The Windows UI Library (WinUI) is the native UI framework of Windows 10 and Windows 11. This course teaches you how to use WinUI and its UI description language XAML to build modern Windows desktop applications with .NET and C#.

What you'll learn

The Windows UI Library (WinUI) is Microsoft's latest UI framework that you can use to build native Windows desktop applications with .NET and C#. In this course, WinUI 3 Fundamentals, you’ll learn the skills you need to develop and maintain WinUI applications. First, you’ll explore the structure of a WinUI app, and you’ll learn about the Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML). Next, you’ll discover how to build user interfaces with layout panels, data binding, styles, templates, and the MVVM pattern. Finally, you’ll learn how to debug your WinUI app with the XAML debugging tools of Visual Studio. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of WinUI and XAML needed to work successfully on WinUI projects.

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About the author

Thomas is a Microsoft MVP for Windows Development. He works as a developer, consultant, and trainer in the fields of .NET, C#, TypeScript, XAML, and Azure. Thomas is a well-known speaker and book author. He has written several special interest books in his areas, including an extensive handbook for Windows Presentation Foundation and a handbook on development with TypeScript. Thomas lives in Germany's Black Forest with his wife and their three daughters. In his spare time, he plays football and ... more

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