WPF Performance and .NET Framework Client Profile

WPF performance and .NET Framework Client Profile related blogs provided by Jossef Goldberg.

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  • Blog Post: What’s new in WPF 3.5 SP1: Splash Screen to improve perceived startup perf

    Summary: To improve the perception of a more responsive startup experience many WPF applications added a Splash Screen to their startup.   The Splash Screen, which does not load WPF code shows as soon as possible and is displayed until the application main window is rendered. Up until 3.5 Sp1 we...
  • Blog Post: Splash Screen To Improve WPF Application Perceived Cold Startup Performance

    Technorati Tags: WPF , Startup , Performance Note: The original sample had a dependency on milcore.dll  (which was renamed to Wpfgfx_v0300.dll  in .Net 3.5 Sp1) so it did not work on .Net 3.5 Sp1 or later. On Jan,13, 2009 I update the sample not to depend on milcore.dll (it now uses Marshal...
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