Visual Studio has WPF for C #, but as far as I know there is a WPF for C++, but I can not find this feature in my studio. Can you tell me how to do it?
wpf is .NET technology. Therefore, if you want to work with it, you need not “ordinary” Visual C++, and C++ / CLI (Visual C++ option for .NET). So, when using WPF, your program will automatically stop being native.
In addition, for .NET, as far as I know, there are almost no templates for .NET from the box. Therefore, in particular, for WPF, you will most likely have to do everything with your hands or search for a third-party network template.
plus a row of pitfalls, because The Direction C++ / CLI in recent years is not developing.
In general, to write a GUI in .NET it is better to use C # or VB.NET. And if the program needs a native code, it can always be placed in the DLL on the “usual” Visual C++ and import with DLLImport.