It's been said that if you aren't data binding you aren't really using Xaml, and a frequent topic on the forums is how to bind HTML from a data model to a WebView.
The problem: we bind data to properties, but the WebView doesn't have a property to bind to. An app sets the WebView's HTML by calling the NavigateToString method.
The solution: create our own property to bind to.
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