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Introducing Microsoft® Silverlight™ 3, 3rd Edition by Laurence Moroney

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Chapter 14. Data Binding with Silverlight

In Chapter 12, you looked at connectivity in Microsoft Silverlight and how you can access services to get data. You saw some simple data binding examples, where you had data in XML and could use LINQ to XML to create bindable objects.

In this chapter, you look at how to build objects of your own and how you can use them in simple binding scenarios. Objects are the building blocks of all data binding in Silverlight, so they can help you understand the more complex binding scenarios.

Creating a Data Object

In Chapter 12, you used a data class for time series data. In this chapter, you build on that class to create a class that is bindable and that raises events that you can use to catch data binding events ...

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