In chapter 11, we covered binding. I believe binding to be one of the most important topics for Silverlight developers. One reason behind that is because the
DataForm, as well as data annotations for display, all require binding in order to be useful.
Silverlight 2 included the
DataGrid, and Silverlight 3 added the
DataForm to the mix of data-centric controls. The
DataGrid provides tabular Excel-like data view and editing. The
DataForm is like a
DataGrid rotated 90 degrees. Where the
DataGrid is all about rows and columns for multiple visible entries, ...