Layout for UWP apps
These articles help you create a flexible UI that looks great on different screen sizes, window sizes, resolutions, and orientations.
Screen sizes and breakpoints
The number of device targets and screen sizes across the Windows 10 ecosystem is too great to worry about optimizing your UI for each one. Instead, we recommended designing for a few key widths (also called "breakpoints"): 360, 640, 1024 and 1366 epx.
Define layouts with XAML
How to use XAML properties and layout panels to make your app responsive and adaptive.
Learn about each type of layout each panel and show how to use them to layout XAML UI elements.
Alignment, margins, and padding
In addition to dimension properties (width, height, and constraints) elements can also have alignment, margin, and padding properties that influence the layout behavior when an element goes through a layout pass and is rendered in a UI.
Create layouts with Grid and StackPanel
Use XAML to create the layout for a simple weather app using the Grid and StackPanel elements.
Rotate, skew, scale, and other transforms
Use transforms to rotate, skew, and scale elements. You can even use transforms to make 2-D content look like it's 3-D.