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Jörgen Andersson8-Oct-18 10:53
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Rantdatabinding, yeah, right. Pin
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Richard Deeming8-Oct-18 10:07
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Richard Deeming9-Oct-18 2:46
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raddevus9-Oct-18 2:54
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Richard Deeming9-Oct-18 2:57
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GeneralRe: databinding, yeah, right. Pin
Marc Clifton8-Oct-18 10:22
mvaMarc Clifton8-Oct-18 10:22 
The problem with data binding is that you think you can bind to any public property, but that's not true. Some are read-only of course, but many don't implement the event firing mechanism that says "I've changed". Doing that requires discipline on the part of the developer. At some point, the developer will say, "WTF, I have a hundred properties for this UI control, and I'm supposed to write a "PropertyChanged" setter call for each one?" Wink | ;)

What Microsoft should do is create a special PropertyWithChangeEvent syntactical sugar that creates the call for you. Big Grin | :-D
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