The hwnd interop white paper


So that concludes my series about hwnd interop, which is really a draft of the hwnd interop white paper that will go into a future release of the Avalon SDK documentation, as part of an upcoming “articles from the architects” series.  To recap, here’s the parts of the paper:



As always, questions and comments appreciated!


Comments (6)

  1. Michael Lowe says:

    Nick, what are the performance implications for the different forms of interop?

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