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Need suggestion on rebuilding my existing .net software requirement

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Below is a link to a video of a typical example of the style of programs we have today - we want to convert to a more graphical user interface .

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlFQftmRED8vTFU01XcvMzOGieBj-IGWJ

 

An example of a new user interface

 

Anyone can suggest 

 

1. what new frameworks can be used to rebuild this as shown in the FormFinder video

 

2. how to update the existing system using wpf

 

Thanks!

Below is a link to a video of a typical example of the style of programs we have today - we want to convert to a more graphical user interface .

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlFQftmRED8vTFU01XcvMzOGieBj-IGWJ

 

An example of a new user interface

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1. There are several frameworks which offer controls and styling (DevExpress or Syncfusion and others) or you could use MVVM light together with the standard wpf controls.

2. If the logic is nicely separated from the winforms then you can create the views you want and add the logic using the MVVM pattern. If the logic is intertwined with the views then its a proces of carefully extracting the code. Its also possible with WPF to use winforms controls inside the application.

This is an application ported from winforms to wpf but it was quite a bit of work:

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