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Platform : WPF
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Category : Rendering Graphics

How rendering in WPF differs from WIN32 applications?

A WIN32 application uses immediate mode graphics system wherein the application is responsible for repainting the client area when they are resized or the object’s visual appearance is changed. WPF on the contrary uses retained mode graphics system. In this mode, drawing information of an object is persisted and serialized by the application and the rendering is done by the system.

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