XAML stand for eXtensible Application Markup Language. It was introduced in Microsoft's .NET 3.0 framework and is used heavily in WPF applications.

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In hindsight, is basing XAML on XML a mistake or a good approach?

XAML is essentially a subset of XML. One of the main benefits of basing XAML on XML is said to be that it can be parsed with existing tools. And it can, to a large degree, although the (syntactically ...
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Please explain the benefit(s) of using an XML-based syntax (e.g. XAML) instead of normal source code (e.g. WinForms)? [closed]

First off, please note that this question is not about WPF vs. WinForms. What are the highest-ranking benefits that led Microsoft to invent XAML in favour of the “old” approach of generating ...