Windows Community Toolkit - WPF and Windows Forms
This repository contains all controls for WPF and WinForms to simplify and demonstate usage of UWP controls.
For everything else in the Windows Community Toolkit (UWP controls, .NET Standard web services, helpers and more), start here
|Target||Branch||Status||Recommended NuGet packages version|
|Pre-release beta testing||master|
Please read the getting Started with the Windows Community Toolkit page for more detailed information about using the toolkit.
Windows Community Toolkit Sample App
Want to see the toolkit in action before jumping into the code? Download and play with the Windows Community Toolkit Sample App from the Store.
|Control||Minimum supported OS||Description|
|WindowsXamlHost||Windows 10, version 1809||Adds built-in or custom UWP controls to the User Interface (UI) of WPF or Windows Forms desktop application.|
|WebView||Windows 10, version 1803||Uses the Microsoft Edge rendering engine to show web content.|
|WebViewCompatible||Windows 7||Provides a version of WebView that is compatible with more OS versions. This control uses the Microsoft Edge rendering engine to show web content on Windows 10 version 1803 and later, and the Internet Explorer rendering engine to show web content on earlier versions of Windows 10, Windows 8.x, and Windows 7.|
|Windows 10, version 1809||Provide a surface and related toolbars for Windows Ink-based user interaction in your Windows Forms or WPF desktop application.|
|MediaPlayerElement||Windows 10, version 1809||Embeds a view that streams and renders media content such as video in your Windows Forms or WPF desktop application.|
|MapControls||Windows 10, version 1809||Enables a symbolic or photorealistic map in your Windows Forms or WPF desktop application.|
Feedback and Requests
Please use GitHub Issues for bug reports and feature requests.
For feature requests, please also create an entry in our UserVoice.
For general questions and support, please use Stack Overflow where questions should be tagged with the tag
Do you want to contribute? Here are our contribution guidelines.
- Principle #1: The toolkit will be kept simple.
- Principle #2: As soon as a comparable feature is available in the Windows SDK for Windows 10, it will be marked as deprecated.
- Principle #3: All features will be supported for two Windows SDK for Windows 10 release cycles or until another principle supersedes it.
Read what we plan for next iterations, and feel free to ask questions.
This project is supported by the .NET Foundation.