#158 – When to Create a Custom Dependency Property

When you’re implementing a new class and creating properties of that class, you need to decide for each property whether to make it a full-fledged WPF dependency property.

If a property is a standard CLR property, rather than a dependency property, you can still set property values from XAML.

But you might want to create a custom dependency property if you want your class to do any of the following:

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One Response to #158 – When to Create a Custom Dependency Property

  1. raj says:

    Thnx for the Article, Your saeries of articles are really good

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