Limitations and workarounds
- Grid.RowSpan and Grid.ColumnSpan are not supported.
Workaround: nest a Grid inside another Grid to achieve a similar result.
- ListBox controls do not have built-in scroll bars.
Workaround: Place the ListBox inside a ScrollViewer control. Tip: for smooth scrolling on mobile devices, set VerticalScrollBarVisibility to Visible rather than Auto.
- CenterX and CenterY are not supported in render transforms.
Workaround: set the RenderTransformOrigin property on the element itself. Tip: to achieve the same transform without using CenterX and CenterY, consider experimenting with Microsoft Blend on a separate WPF or UWP project. In fact, Microsoft Blend by default also does not use the CenterX and CenterY properties for render transforms.
- Triggers are not supported.
Workaround: instead of Triggers, use the VisualStateManager class in conjunction with Storyboards. Tip: consider experimenting with Microsoft Blend on a separate UWP or Silverlight project, which also do not support triggers.
- StrokeStartLineCap and StrokeEndLineCap must have the same value for a given element.
Workaround: set both properties to the same value, or remove those properties altogether. Note: this is due to the fact that HTML5 does not support a different cap for the Start and the End of a line. The default value of those properties is: Flat.
- It is recommended that you explicitly set a fixed Width (in pixels) for ChildWindows, otherwise they may take the size of the whole page.
For example, you can set it like this: <ChildWindow Width=""400""> ...
WCF and HTTP-related limitations:
Click here to read about WCF and HTTP-related limitations.
XML Serialization-related limitations:
Click here to read about XML serializer limitations.
Only a subset of the Mscorlib methods are currently supported. You can see the list of supported types here, and read the guide on how to implement mscorlib methods.