WPF for .NET Core Roadmap
This roadmap communicates priorities for evolving and extending the scope of WPF for .NET Core.
At present, our primary focus is enabling the following for .NET Core 3.0:
- Achieve WPF functional and performance parity compared to .NET Framework
- Publish remaining WPF components to the repo
- Publish (and write) more WPF tests to the repo
Note: There are some specific .NET Framework features will not be supported, such as XBAPs.
As we complete those goals, we'll update our roadmap to include additional feature/capability areas we will focus on next.
Timeline for Open Source
|Initial launch of WPF for .NET Core repository (beginning with System.Xaml)||Dec 4, 2018|
|Add adequate tests that enable validating and merging community PRs||Early 2019|
|Roadmap update for feature focus areas||Early 2019|
|Add remaining WPF for .NET Core components to repository||Continues thru 2019|
The port from WPF for .NET Framework is still in progress. All components applicable to WPF for .NET Core will eventually be published to this repository.
Note: This list is in rough priority order and may change.