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You can do WinForms-like development quite easily in WPF. WPF was actually designed to be easy to use for WinForms developers. You don't have to do anything with DataBinding or MVVM, you can have everything in code-behind. Not that I agree with this approach. But if you leverage full power of WPF and do it properly, it will give you tons of productivity ...


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WPF has fantastic data binding. XAML is a wonderful declarative syntax for describing component layout. WPF/XAML excels at data-driven GUI. I see no technical benefit of using WinForms over WPF/XAML. However WPF/XAML will require a recent version of Visual Studio and a time investment to learn the new API. I strongly recommend writing XAML by hand rather ...



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