Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) offers excellent support for managing the display and editing of complex data.
In the December 2007 edition of MSDN Magazine, John Papa did a great job of explaining essential WPF data binding concepts.
In the July 2008 issue, Josh Smith explores more advanced data binding scenarios, building on what John presented. At the end of the day, you will be aware of various ways to implement common data binding requirements seen in most line-of-business applications.
Don’t forget to browse the sample code in our online code library.
We also have a Virtual Lab where you can experiment with WPF data binding. Everything is installed and ready to go. Just start the lab and code along as you read.
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