XAML Performance: Techniques for Maximizing Universal Windows App Experiences Built with XAML

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Finding the balance between being a productive developer and delivering the absolute best end-user performance experience can be a challenge.  In Windows 10, there have been dramatic performance/experience improvements in XAML as needed to meet the performance requirements of premium experiences such the Windows Shell and Microsoft Office.  While many of the performance improvements are implicit, in some cases, maximizing for performance will require advanced techniques and features.  In this session, you will learn about the new platform features, new tooling features and new techniques to dramatically increase the performance of your XAML-based Universal Windows app.

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XAML/UX

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2

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Breakout

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3-698

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      Martin Smyllie

      Hi Kiran,

      Great session.
      I spoke to you afterwards about replacing lists & about grouped lists. Could I have your contact details to send a code sample please.

      Thanks,

      Martin

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      kiranku

      thank you Martin, you can email me at kiranku@microsoft.com

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      Matin

      Hi,

      practical & useful presentation
      Thanks :)

      What about FlowDocumentScrollViewer & FlowDocument performance?
      It seems WPF is slow when it comes to lots of elements in FlowDocument, do you have any work around or any future update for it?

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