WPF has an extremely rich data binding model. It revolves around the notion that you can take almost any object as your binding source and bind it to almost any target UI element. The binding source can be another UI element, a property of the same element, an XML file, a custom business object, a database, or an in-memory collection. The binding target can be a WPF property, an individual UI element, or a WPF user control or window. But the essential idea is that once a binding is established, the data in the source is automatically and dynamically propagated to the binding target, and vice versa.
KeywordsStatic Resource Data Binding Target Property Binding Statement Binding Target
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