Monthly Archives: May 2015

Using compiled bindings (x:Bind) with #mvvmlight

Build, MVVM, Technical stuff, Universal Windows Platform UWP, Windows 10, Work, XAML
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One of the XAML-related announcements at Build this year was the availability of compiled bindings. These new bindings can be used instead of the “classic” {Binding} syntax in XAML. Note that this syntax is only available in Windows 10 universal applications, not in WPF yet.

The advantage of compiled bindings over normal bindings is that (wait for it) they are compiled. So there is syntax check by the compiler when you build your project. Also, the bindings will be resolved much faster because they do not rely on reflection during runtime.

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#Techorama 2015: Slides and source code are online!

MicrosoftBand, MVVM, Technical stuff, Techorama, Work, Xamarin
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Techorama was a real pleasure. I have to admit I was a bit tired from all the travel (I had just come back from 2 weeks in the US a couple of days before flying to Brussels) but I was super happy to go because I know how well organized this conference is. They love their speakers, and we love them back.

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