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QuestionSetting Up Client Test Environments Pin
Kevin Marois28-Dec-22 9:48
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QuestionHas x:bind in WinUI 3 effectively killed commanding and converters? Pin
greatoceansoftware23-Dec-22 5:53
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Gerry Schmitz28-Dec-22 16:24
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greatoceansoftware29-Dec-22 14:56
greatoceansoftware29-Dec-22 14:56 
Thanks, Gerry. My WPF application code was fairly consistent in its application of Binding with commands and converters, and I'd like to continue that level of consistency as I refactor it to WinUI 3.

I'd like to take advantage of the x:Bind performance improvements, but also remain consistent in the way it's used. In other words, I'd prefer to continue to wholly use Binding (to DataContext) with traditional commands and converters, wholly use x:Bind (to code-behind objects) with traditional commands and converter classes, or wholly use x:Bind with functions (no commands or converters).

This may not make sense or be possible, I just haven't gotten far enough into it to tell. So far I haven't found any showstoppers, and that's why I'm curious. But I'm also only about 10% into it.
QuestionImplementing Google Contacts in WPF App Pin
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QuestionI have a really strange problem with WebRequest in a ServiceStack web application (hosted by XSP on Mono). It seems that the registration of request modules works in a very strange way; I am using WebRequest to create an HTTP request, and it is faili Pin
Isaac Tack12-Dec-22 1:20
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QuestionCompare two remote git repositories Pin
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