Deitel® & Associates Launches Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Resource Center

November 15, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Maynard, MA, November 15, 2007—Deitel & Associates' Windows Presentation Foundation Resource Center, part of its series of Microsoft® and programming-related Resource Centers, is a useful guide for application developers who want to learn more about Windows Presentation Foundation's features and capabilities. “Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) offers a consistent programming model for building applications that can be displayed on the desktop or hosted in a web browser," said Paul Deitel, CEO of Deitel & Associates. “WPF provides richer development, control and design of the visual aspects of Windows programs. Our Resource Center is your guide to the web's best resources on the latest WPF feature and capabilities."

The Windows Presentation Foundation Resource Center, available at, includes links to the latest WPF articles, tools, video tutorials, webcasts, blogs and more. Related Deitel Resource Centers include ASP.NET 3.5, Windows Vista®, Visual Studio® Team System, DotNetNuke®, .NET 3.5, LINQ and more.

For further information about Deitel & Associates, the Windows Presentation Foundation Resource Center, or Deitel’s Resource Centers, contact Abbey Deitel or visit

About Deitel & Associates Inc.:

Deitel & Associates, Inc., is an internationally recognized corporate training and content-creation organization specializing in computer programming languages, Internet and World Wide Web software technology, object technology education, and Internet business development through its Web 2.0 Internet Business Initiative. The company provides instructor-led courses on major programming languages and platforms, including Java™, C++, C, C#, Visual C++®, Visual Basic®, XML, object technology and Internet and web programming. Deitel's clients include many of the world’s largest companies, government agencies, branches of the military, and academic institutions. Through its 31-year publishing partnership with Prentice Hall and its parent, Pearson Education, Deitel & Associates, Inc. publishes leading-edge programming textbooks, professional books, interactive multimedia Cyber Classrooms, web-based training courses, video courses and e-content.