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Can a standalone WPF application create an interface that looks like a Flash interface?
It seems like WPF was created as the application answer to Adobe's Flash. Silverlight is used for creating web pages. But, can that same functionality be pulled into a standalone WPF application. ...
Aug 19 '10 at 15:45
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