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  • Blog Post: Displaying hierarchical data in the DataGrid

    The attached project shows how to display data which is both tabular and hierarchical in nature in the Silverlight (or WPF) DataGrid. Employee list is an example of such data, where each employee is described using the same set of data column but there is also a reporting relationship between employees...
  • Blog Post: Custom data and dynamic templates in WPF

    This blog describes how TemplateSelector in WPF can be used to dynamically modify contents of the UI. This is particularly useful in a common scenario many ISV's need to support: ability of 3rd parties and users to extend the ISV's data model with their own data columns. For example, the original...
  • Blog Post: Editable ListBox using template

    WPF Templates are useful for defining common themes and styles. They can also be used to extend the functionality of controls. Following is an example of a ListBoxItem template, which makes individual items in a listbox in-place editable (provided the listbox contains strings only). To achieve this effect...
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