#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – Binding to events

#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – Binding to events

Coming with Windows 10 are a lot of new features especially for XAML when creating a Universal Windows Platform application aka. UWP app. We can mention a few of them: new controls (as the RelativePanel, the SplitView and more); new tools for building responsive and adaptive UI (AdaptiveTrigger, Extension SDKs, etc.); and a new way to bind data to the UI, Compiled Binding. The original post will explain you how to use the new feature allowed by x:Bind : Binding…

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#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – Binding to data

#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – Binding to data

Coming with Windows 10 are a lot of new features especially for XAML when creating a Universal Windows Platform application aka. UWP app. We can mention a few of them: new controls (as the RelativePanel, the SplitView and more); new tools for building responsive and adaptive UI (AdaptiveTrigger, Extension SDKs, etc.); and a new way to bind data to the UI, Compiled Binding. You can find the original post on how to use Compiled Binding with data in many use…

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#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – What is it?

#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – What is it?

Coming with Windows 10 are a lot of new features especially for XAML when creating a Universal Windows Platform application aka. UWP app. We can mention a few of them: new controls (as the RelativePanel, the SplitView and more); new tools for building responsive and adaptive UI (AdaptiveTrigger, Extension SDKs, etc.); and a new way to bind data to the UI, Compiled Binding. You can find the original post explaining what Compiled Binding is and how it differs from classic…

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