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Binding vs x:Bind #14

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hrach opened this Issue Mar 18, 2016 · 2 comments

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hrach commented Mar 18, 2016

Why does the example use Binding instead of x:Bind? I undestood that Binding is depdrecated in favor of x:Bind which is more performant, typing safe, etc :) Thanks for answer!

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Hi Jan, thanks for reaching out. I agree on your arguments regarding type safety and performance. In regards to the complexity of the UI, we wanted to have native support of design-time data, which is why we've decided for Binding over x:Bind for the current version.

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andystumpp commented Mar 18, 2016

Hi Jan, thanks for reaching out. I agree on your arguments regarding type safety and performance. In regards to the complexity of the UI, we wanted to have native support of design-time data, which is why we've decided for Binding over x:Bind for the current version.

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hrach Mar 18, 2016

Oh, I missed such an important difference :-) Thanks for clarification! Feel free to close or let it open if you are considering such change.

hrach commented Mar 18, 2016

Oh, I missed such an important difference :-) Thanks for clarification! Feel free to close or let it open if you are considering such change.

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