Content controls provide a flexible way of customizing the appearance of a control. The
ContentControl class includes a
Content property, of type object; meaning, it can be anything. A typical example is a
Button inherits from
ContentControl (not directly, but this is unimportant for this discussion). A typical button shows text, an image, or perhaps an image and text. But in fact, it can hold anything, such as a graphic drawing, a video playing, any combination of the above, or anything else. This is the power of
ContentControl. Let's see how this works.
Make sure Visual Studio is up and running.
We'll create several buttons (which are
ContentControls) and show the various ways their ...