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  [Collapse]Choose Application UI
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    Touch-Enabled Tile UI
    Fluent Design UI
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   How to: Perform Actions On Application Startup
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Choose Application UI

This section contains tutorials on how to emulate many popular application UIs with DevExpress controls.

See also:

Expanded Office Inspired UI

A UI inspired by Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio.

Expanded Visual Studio Inspired UI

A Microsoft Visual Studio-style layout that contains a tabbed or MDI interface in the main working area, panels on the side of the form, and a main menu at the top.

Expanded Windows Modern UI

A flat, clean and lightweight UI inspired by Windows Store applications with tiles.

Expanded Touch-Enabled Tile UI

Touch-enabled applications, sometimes referred to as Hybrid apps, are applications that are easy to use on both desktops and touch devices such as tablets.

Expanded Fluent Design UI

A UI type developed by Microsoft and released in the 2017 "Fall Creators Update" for Windows 10. This design type mixes plastic-like translucency with 3D effects, advanced lighting, and new transitions between different application states.

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