We now know about many controls and containers; now it is time to populate them with some data. As always, there are multiple ways to put data— textbox, button, listbox, and so on—but, following the modern best practices, I will go with data binding. Data binding defines the way the data is linked to the properties of
Model and interacts with the user. Using this mechanism, data is separated from the code that manages data. There are a few things that are important to know when starting to work with the data in Windows Phone. We will be dealing with some of them in the following section.
Imagine you have just created a WP8 solution, dragged-and-dropped the
TextBlock control into the page, and now you need to ...