In the previous recipes, we've covered various ways of customizing the way the data is shown on the
DataForm still looks like a
DataForm and for most applications, this isn't what you'd want. You'd want the
DataForm to conform to the general look and feel of your application.
You can completely customize the way the
DataForm looks , just as you can with all the other Silverlight controls. In this recipe, you'll learn how it can be done.
We're starting from the solution that we completed in the Displaying and editing a collection using the DataForm recipe. If you didn't complete that recipe, you can find a starter solution in the
Chapter05\Dataform_CustomTemplate_Starter folder in the ...