C H A P T E R 21
So far, you've learned how to use data binding to pull information out of data objects, format it, and make it available for editing. However, although data binding is a flexible and powerful system, getting the result you want can still take a lot of work. For example, a typical data form needs to bind a number of different properties to different controls, arrange them in a meaningful way, and use the appropriate converters, templates, and validation logic. Creating these ingredients is as time-consuming as any other type of UI design.
Silverlight offers several features that can help offload some of the work:
- The Label and DescriptionViewer controls: They pull metadata out of your data objects and display ...