Metro app development hidden gem: anonymous type binding

Posted by: Method ~ of ~ failed, on 10 Apr 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Just a little post to point out a hidden gem if you are a .NET developer creating a Metro style app: you can bind to anonymous types. This came up in a discussion with a customer today that I was having and, frankly, I never tried it until then because my mind was back in Silverlight where this isnt possible. There may not be a tone of cases where this is valuable for you, but knowing it is there may help. Lets assume I have a basic class Person: 1: public class Person 2: { ...

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