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08/04/2010

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Luciano Evaristo Guerche (Gorše)

Christian,

Do you know there is already a WPF counterparty to System.Windows.Forms.BindingNavigator?

Cheers.

Christian

I guess something like the Windows Forms BindingNavigator is here with Visual Studio LightSwitch http://weblogs.thinktecture.com/cnagel/2010/08/data-centric-silverlight-applications-with-visual-studio-lightswitch.html (with Silverlight). And it's not too hard to do that with WPF and the Ribbon control :-)

Cheers

Christian

Luciano, I've done a sample of a BindingNavigator for WPF - see here: http://weblogs.thinktecture.com/cnagel/2010/08/bindingnavigator-for-wpf-part-1---creating.html

Christian

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