I have not messed around with XAML for a while now and was a little rusty, so I decided to get "Programming: Windows Presentation Foundation" from Amazon [UK/US], it is pretty neat so far, its examples are in XAML and C# and I am just on the Panels section and it is very well written.The first chapter is pretty much a very quick overview of XAML and what in can do for you, it is kind of lucky that I had a basic understanding because it flys by and would be confusing for beginners. The Layout (Chapter 2) section so far is pretty good. I am finding it very interesting, there are simple examples with each of the point that are up for discussion, so it is a nice read.
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