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Jordan Parker
Software Design Engineer

Comments (2)

  1. AndrewTX says:


    I’m just starting a little research on  WPF/E.  This might not be the best place, but I’m going to ask anyway.

    I am particularly interested in finding a way to do relatively sophisticated 3D on the web – in something Flash-like that will have universal acceptance.

    Given what you are saying here, it seems that WPF might be the answer.

    The question I have is:

    What is the difference between WPF and WPF/E?  I assume that WPF/E is the download client like Flash that will work everywhere, but are there things missing from it?

    This leads to my more direct question:  Will WPF/E support 3D?  Can we develop 3D apps that run in browsers with WPF/E?



  2. zer0mus says:

    For "what is WPF/E?" I’ll refer you to the official company line at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/asp.net/bb187438.aspx. Their first CTP just came out if you haven’t grabbed it already.

    Yes, WPF/E is a subset of WPF’s functionality. It does not have 3D in V1.

    However, all is not lost because you can do browser 3D with WPF! You can just link to a XAML file containing 3D or create an XBAP.

    — Jordan

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