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Vector to WPF xaml converter | Convert svg to xaml

The other day I was searching for a tool which could convert a vector file to WPF compliant xaml so that I could use it in my application. I won’t say I didn’t find any, but those available were either working only for a limited set of vectors or were licensed (AI for instance). So I decided to take matters on my hand 🙂

This converter is able to convert simple to fairly complex vectors into WPF compliant xaml. Although I still need to work for super complex vector files. Maybe you can come back in future and download a newer improved version of the software.

Here is the screenshot of the program:

VectorToXaml

VectorToXaml converter

Now, about the tool, it is very easy to convert the vector files (even multiple files can be converted at once). You can also specify the configuration like formats of the output, fill color etc.  Without delaying further, below is the download link. Feel free to use it for your free/commercial use. However I take no responsibility for anyhow you use the software. As long as it is benefiting you, I am happy.

Download Vector to Xaml Converter

Total Downloads: 1,994

File Size: 137.4 KB

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PS: I wrote the code when I was a fresher so please don’t judge 🙂

14 Comments
    • Rajat
      Mar 25, 2015 at 1:37 PM / Reply

      Thanks for this. I found some other tools but they were not free. Your converter fulfilled my need for the moment.

    • Ben
      Mar 30, 2015 at 2:39 AM / Reply

      Can you please add the functionality to retain colors? Would be really helpful

      • Harsh Maurya
        Apr 15, 2015 at 1:43 AM / Reply

        Thanks for the suggestion, I am currently preoccupied with some other things. But a new version is definitely on its way. Cheers!!

    • Jen
      Oct 7, 2015 at 11:51 PM / Reply

      Very nice l!!! I was searching for so long and your program is so easy. Thanks a lot!!

    • Hoby
      Nov 6, 2015 at 7:33 PM / Reply

      It doesn’t seem to be working if I convert and place the output into a VS 2015 win8 or win10 solution. Is this an incompatibility or should that be supported?

      • Harsh Maurya
        Nov 6, 2015 at 8:03 PM / Reply

        Hi. I haven’t yet tested for VS 2015. Does the same output work for VS 2010/2012/2013 WPF solution?

    • Soumini
      Dec 2, 2015 at 3:50 AM / Reply

      Thanks. Was a lovely surprise. I could use it effectively.

    • Vijay Karajgikar
      Jan 29, 2016 at 6:29 PM / Reply

      Does a very good job and exactly as I needed. Great Job. Would be more helpful it would name the files appropriately for me when a bunch of files are provided.

    • Dario
      Dec 15, 2016 at 11:21 AM / Reply

      Hello!
      Nice work! It’s possible to have the conversion back? From XAML to SVG?

      Thanx

      P.S. If you share the source we could work together

      • harshmaurya
        Jan 17, 2017 at 3:37 PM / Reply

        Done. Please check out the source. Thanks

    • Van
      Dec 29, 2016 at 8:44 PM / Reply

      is there any chance you would share the source code so could all make enhancements?

    • harshmaurya
      Jan 17, 2017 at 3:35 PM / Reply

      So finally, I got the time and the source is public now. Would be happy to see people contributing.

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