UI. Xaml. Hosting Namespace
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Provides event data for the DesignerAppManager.DesignerAppExited event.
Manages an application in a XAML design surface that runs in a regular UWP context, compared to the legacy designer which uses the XamlUIPresenter and runs in a Win32 process. The process is required to specify the NoUIEntryPoints-DesignModeV2 DisplayName property in the .APPX in order to be activated successfully in this mode. The launched application will not show up in the TaskBar or TaskView switcher.
Represents an app view in a XAML design surface.
Enables a non-UWP desktop application (for example, a WPF or Windows Forms application) to host UWP controls in any UI element that is associated with a window handle (HWND).
Provides event data for the GotFocus event.
Provides event data for the TakeFocusRequested event.
Enables access to composition visual objects that back XAML elements in the XAML composition tree.
Equivalent WinUI class: Microsoft.UI.Xaml.Hosting.ElementCompositionPreview.
Represents the UWP XAML framework in a non-UWP desktop application (for example, a WPF or Windows Forms application) that hosts UWP controls.
Provides information about a request to give focus to a DesktopWindowXamlSource object.
Enables presenting a visual tree on a Microsoft Direct3D surface. This type is used for design tool hosting scenarios and is not intended for general use.
Represents a service that resolves resources from an application. This interface is used for design tool hosting scenarios and is not intended for general use.
Defines constants that specify whether the app view is visible or hidden.
Defines values that represent the reasons that the Windows.UI.Xaml.UIElement got focus in a desktop application that uses a DesktopWindowXamlSource object to host XAML-based UI. The XamlSourceFocusNavigationRequest.Reason property returns one of these values.