Binding without XAML [WPF]

If what you are trying to do is bind the button's background color to your "MyData" class object, you are almost there...

First, create the binding object, set the source to your new instance of "mydata", and then the path to your "Color" property exposed.

THEN, you need to save the new BINDING object to your button control and tell it you want the BackgroundProperty bound to the newly created binding. The following minor adjustment to your code works. Not exactly why your approach is what it is for your overall project, but hopefully does what you intended.

            if (btn.Name == ("Butt" + i))
            {
                btn.Content = "works";
                MyData mydata = new MyData();
                var oBind = new Binding
                {
                    // bind its source to this view model instance
                    Source = mydata,
                    // what property on THE BUTTON do want to be bound to.
                    Path = new PropertyPath("Color")
                };

                btn.SetBinding(BackgroundProperty, oBind);
                btn.DataContext = oBind;
                break;
            }

Comments

  1. Caputo

    • 2015/1/26

    If what you are trying to do is bind the button's background color to your "MyData" class object, you are almost there.

  2. Landen

    • 2016/6/26

    Binding without XAML [WPF] Ask Question Asked 5 years, 4 months ago. Active 5 years, 4 months ago. Viewed 742 times 2 1. I am designing an application with 256

  3. Soren

    • 2015/11/23

    The first thing we do is create a Binding object and tell it to bind to the Text property of its source object. We then tell the binding to 

  4. Aaron

    • 2021/1/5

    C# - Binding without XAML In WPF [Beginner] September 19, 2013. The introduction of binding and XAML has made creating user interfaces in .NET a much more enjoyable experience compared to previous incarnations. Binding is such an integral part of the WPF experience that most developers thoroughly understand how to do it in XAML, however what we're going to look at today is how to create a binding using only C# code.

  5. Simon

    • 2018/7/16

    Binding without WPF · Bind(bool doInitialSync=true) – creates a binding within an option to skip initial synchronization of the bound objects (or 

  6. Cayden

    • 2016/4/30

    When you do not have access to WPF functionality e.g. if you are programming Objective-C or some other language for a different platform, you can use the generic binding to bind visual parts of the application to the non-visual code, similar to the way it is done in WPF.

  7. Marcel

    • 2019/2/19

    The following XAML code snippet demonstrates how to pass parameters to a function using When you bind these without specifying a StringFormat parameter, 

  8. Reign

    • 2016/1/10

    C# WPF XAML Background Colour. C# WPF Events. C# WPF Dynamic Binding to External Objects. C# WPF Multiple Bindings on an Object. This post discusses creating a Windows program using WPF without using XAML. Instead, you can use C# code only. XAML maps to C#, which of course maps to .NET.

  9. Xander

    • 2020/3/31

    This short XAML (pronounced "zammel") snippet is all you need to bind the The target is usually a WPF UI element, though there is no requirement for it 

  10. Colton

    • 2019/2/28

    The customersViewP.cs should be a complete copy of the code-behind file customersView.xaml.cs. That being said I have a customersViewModel.cs which both of these implementations (xaml and not xaml) should use, and it is here I have encountered into binding issues for the non-xaml implementation. I am asking as I have found poor and little

  11. Kace

    • 2015/1/23

    This post discusses creating a Windows program using WPF without using XAML. Instead, you can use C# code only. XAML maps to C#, 

  12. Kamryn

    • 2016/2/22

    If you have a common language runtime (CLR) object you would like to bind to from XAML, one way you can make the object available for binding is to define it as a resource and give it an x:Key. In the following example, you have a Person object with a string property named PersonName .

  13. Zion

    • 2017/8/1

    XAML - Data Binding, Data binding is a mechanism in XAML applications that It is also possible to bind, not to a standard data source, but rather to 

  14. Ulises

    • 2015/1/15

    When data binding is declared on XAML elements, they resolve data binding by looking at their immediate DataContext property. The data context is typically the binding source object for the binding source value path evaluation. You can override this behavior in the binding and set a specific binding source object value.

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