I'd start by making a Data Template for the cell as a resource: Welcome, my name is Paul Stovell.I live in Brisbane and work on Octopus Deploy, an automated deployment tool for . Prior to founding Octopus Deploy, I worked for an investment bank in London building WPF applications, and before that I worked for Readify, an Australian . I also worked on a number of open source projects and was an active user group presenter. We used the ICustom Type Descriptor interface for such a task but that will get messy fast.Introduction XAML is a markup language that is currently very popular.We develop applications on all platforms, Windows, web and mobile or Tablets.All of those situations are expressed as relative source modes. We can do this using the element name For that case we are not obliged to mention the name of the binding object and the Width will be always equal to the Height whenever the height is changed.If you want to parameter the Width to be the half of the height then you can do this by adding a converter to the Binding markup extension.
The problem is that none of the buttons seems to work. The first step is to get the UI to respond to changes in the list source (Items Source), like when we add or delete a user.
My target shows how different it is for a normal Windows Forms application and an XAML application. After XAML our control becomes more powerful, simple and flexible.
The Datatemplate displays a collection of data, the preceding was a simple Combobox example of a datatemplate.
There are two different scenarios that you may or may not want to handle when dealing with data source changes: Changes to the list of items and changes in the bound properties in each of the data objects.
How to handle them may vary, depending on what you're doing and what you're looking to accomplish, but WPF comes with two very easy solutions that you can use: The Observable Collection and the INotify Property Changed interface.