Microsoft XAML: 2 Content and Properties

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  • student Intermediate
  • database eLearning
  • earth English
  • clock 1h 39m


If you want to use XAML^ the XML-based markup language developed by Microsoft to create better user interfaces for Windows applications^ you need to understand how it treats content and properties. Walt Ritscher continues his exploration of XAML in part 2 of ^ focusing on the unique way XAML treats content within XML markup and the fascinating dependency properties framework^ which facilitates modern UI features such as animation and data binding. Learn how content is tied to .NET and its code-behind file^ and how the syntax for dependency properties and specialized attached properties is structured. This foundational knowledge will help you incorporate data^ documents^ and sophisticated UI controls^ as well as dependency system services like data binding^ validation^ templates^ and animation^ into your next Windows 10 application.

Covered topics:

  • Desktop Apps
  • Development Tools
  • Developer
  • .NET
  • XAML
  • Azure