XAML (pronounced zammel) is an acronym for eXtensible Application Markup Language and is an XML-based specification for defining UI Although XAML was created specifically for WPF. This is technically called a declarative programming model. WPF will take that definition and convert it into real elements on the screen.

For Example:
        //XAML Code  


XAML documents are strict XML. Every tag (for example, StackPanel or Label) and attribute (for example, Margin or FontSize) must correspond to a valid .NET type or property. If a tag has the wrong case or an unknown attribute is used, the resulting XAML won’t work.
  Modified On Sep-18-2014 01:23:52 PM

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