Jaime Rodriguez On Windows Phone, Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight and Windows 7
Well- behaved, unobtrusive design-time data is essential for designers to create high-fidelity data templates and get a comprehensive view of the scene they are designing. If you agree, here is a must read on the common approaches to implementing design-time data inside blend (and Cider); the write-up covers:
The source is available here. The paper is here on HTML, XPS, and DOCX.
Let me know if I missed any thing..
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I downloaded the source and it didn't work in Blend. Error: The member "DataFieldBinding" is not recognized or is not accessible."
Hi Alan ( + Stefan + Daniel)..
Thanks for reporting the issue.. It is now fixed (if you download again).
Explanation: I wrote that paper six months ago with older,private DataGrid bits, and it looks like DataFieldBinding was renamed to Binding on DataGridBoundColumn; sorry that I missed that.. Feel free to rename it so you don't have to re-download.
For those downloading, this also means the demo requires datagrid, from the WPF Toolkit at http://www.codeplex.com/wpf. Please let me know if the dependency there is an issue, I can quickly do the same w/ GridView..
Happy blending.. I still hope you find the read useful..
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