Lord of the Converters

…One Converter to bring them all and in the XAML bind them…

Last time, I briefly mentioned a WPF converter that I created that helps solve the Cambrian Explosion problem that comes with creating specialized converters. Today I’ll go over that converter and what makes it tick.

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WPF Miller Columns, Part 2

Last time, I walked through an implementation of Miller Columns in WPF that I had posted on StackOverflow, but it ended with a few issues.

  • It was incomplete. I didn’t post the entire implementation, and much of the context was lost between then and now.
  • The implementation wasn’t very MVVM. It required a specific type to be used as a data context, whereas in MVVM proper, the view model should be completely decoupled from the view.
  • The solution required a code behind. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but I’d like to see if we can develop a pure-XAML solution.

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