Building a .NET WPF Kiosk Application Is Easy With KioskSimple

.NET kiosk application, WPF kiosk application, C# kiosk applicationIf you’re planning to build a .NET kiosk application in WPF then you’ll be pleasantly surprised just how easily this can be accomplish by using the KioskSimple developer API.  One of our main goals for KioskSimple was to provide a .NET WPF developer friendly platform that would make it simple to develop powerful WPF kiosk applications in C#.  We take care of securing the kiosk so you can focus on developing your WPF kiosk application.

What KioskSimple Does For You:

  • Filters out unwanted keystrokes like Ctrl+Alt+Del
  • Ensures that your WPF kiosk application is always running
  • Prevents users from tampering with the OS
  • Easily add support for accepting payments
  • Limits 3rd party software execution
  • Automatically blocks popup windows
  • Includes a developer friendly .NET C# API with code examples

.NET kiosk application, WPF kiosk application, C# kiosk application

To get you started quickly we created a basic hello world .NET WPF kiosk application to demonstrate just how few lines of code are required to integrate your WPF kiosk application with KioskSimple.  I should mention that we use the word “application” loosely. For a KioskSimple application is not the same as a stand alone application. In a nutshell, a KioskSimple application is a WPF control compiled into an assembly and consumed into KioskSimple via MEF at runtime.  Our code examples will get you up and running quickly and we also include more advanced examples for accepting payments from popular kiosk payment devices.

.NET kiosk application, WPF kiosk application, C# kiosk applicationGet started today by checking out our basic hello world .NET WPF kiosk application.   Our developers are happy to assist with any questions you may have about the code examples or integrating your WPF kiosk application with KioskSimple.  Happy coding!

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Andrew Savala

Andrew Savala is the CEO of RedSwimmer Inc., creators of the kiosk lockdown software KioskSimple. Andrew has been developing kiosk software since 2007, with an emphasis on self-service retail payment applications.
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Author: Andrew Savala

Andrew Savala is the CEO of RedSwimmer Inc., creators of the kiosk lockdown software KioskSimple. Andrew has been developing kiosk software since 2007, with an emphasis on self-service retail payment applications.

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