Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is an advanced presentation system that enables developers to create visually appealing windows applications. The Graphical User Interface (GUI) is an essential element of any application. WPF helps developers to create several standalone and browser hosted applications specially built on the vector based representation engine mainly supported by the graphics hardware.
WPF incorporates several application development features including 2D and 3D graphics, animation, templates, styles, layout, media, data binding, typography, text, controls and extensible application mark-up language (XAML). WPF also offers support for interactive data visualization, hardware accelerated effects, scalability to different form factors and superior content readability. Windows Presentation Foundation is embedded in the Microsoft .Net Framework which extends the capability for the users to include other components of the .Net Framework class library. The .Net Framework also enables cross-browser, cross-platform and cross-device application development for next generation RIA apps.
Brainvire offers a complete range of WPF development and customization services and has several years of experience in building sophisticated and rich media applications that enable interactive user experience. Our in-house developers have extensive knowledge and experience in all the aspects of .Net architecture and are also capable of delivering a highly interactive and attractive user interface using WPF.
We also specialize in Model-View-View-Model (MVVM) architectural pattern used in software engineering and largely based on the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. MVVM acts as a standardized way to leverage the core features of WPF to simplify the creation of user interfaces. The most important aspect of WPF that makes MVVM a great platform to use is the data binding function which facilitates the separation of view layer development from the rest of the patterns by removing virtually all the GUI code from the view layer.