Your code can consume Microsoft Language Integrated Query (LINQ) queries in several ways. When writing the user interface (UI) code layer, you might want to use a LINQ query to bind data to a UI element. This process is called data binding. In this chapter, you will see how to use a LINQ query for data binding. One huge advantage of data binding with LINQ is that the queries are independent of which LINQ provider processes them.
The chapter is divided into sections that describe the following UI frameworks:
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Microsoft Silverlight
Because most of the sections are independent of each other, you can read just those that apply to you. However, if you ...