A toolkit for creating modern WPF applications. Lots of goodness out-of-the box.
Supporting .NET Framework (4.5+) and .NET Core (3.0 and 3.1)
Let's get started
- Quick Start
- Icons (MahApps.Metro.IconPacks)
- Contributing to MahApps.Metro
- Building the MahApps.Metro solution
- Releases and Release Notes
- Visual Studio Templates
If you're looking for another awesome libraries which are compatible with MahApps, check them out:
- MaterialDesignInXamlToolkit Google Material Design in XAML & WPF, for C# & VB.Net http://materialdesigninxaml.net
- MahApps.Metro.SimpleChildWindow A simple child window for MahApps.Metro
- Loading indicators by @100GPing100
- Dragablz Tearable tab control for WPF, which includes docking, tool windows and MDI. http://dragablz.net
We use these awesome tools to build and develop MahApps.Metro.
This project exists thanks to all the people who contribute.
This framework is free and can be used for free, open source and commercial applications. MahApps.Metro (all code, NuGets and binaries) are under the MIT License (MIT). It's tested, used and contributed by many awesome people. So hit the magic
The core team members, MahApps.Metro contributors and contributors in the ecosystem do this open source work in their free time. If you use MahApps.Metro a serious task, and you'd like us to invest more time on it, please donate. This project increases your income/productivity/usabilty too.
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