Once upon a time (2004 through 2008) I did a lot of Windows Forms development, affectionately known as “WinForms.”
Recently, I started slinging WinForm code again to work on building out OpenLiveWriter plugins. More on that in another post.
Despite the fact that WinForms isn’t exactly cutting edge, it remains popular and powerful. In fact, it can easily leverage some of the best modern AI tooling the world has to offer.
Jon Wood teaches us how to user ML.NET inside a WinForms desktop application.