Using Xaml, how to apply wpf data binding on the fly at runtime

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asked Mar 5, 2016 by thoran (1,170 points)
I have been working on as assignment where WPF GUI is genereated at runtime.

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answered May 25, 2016 by nfx8684 (590 points)
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Where is the class ComboBoxItemString
commented May 26, 2016 by OlliverSc (210 points)
In the first example, the DataContext was set to the view model class
commented May 26, 2016 by Nimocks_69 (100 points)
This replaces the StaticResource
commented May 27, 2016 by Whats (160 points)
My gut reaction is just to tell you that this could lead to serious memory leaks. AS is just a more explicit way of mentioning the alias
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answered Apr 29, 2016 by Qbthing (160 points)

This binding provides the list of items to display in the grid.
Colors Enum property used in binding examples.
This is one of the most confusing parts of data binding and Combo Box's.
Take a look at architectures like Step by Step WPF Data Binding with Comboboxes - CodeProject which are extremely fast web servers
commented Apr 30, 2016 by aikens (2,270 points)
It's because we are NOT binding the ItemsSource to a static resource
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answered May 7, 2016 by qbaWant (360 points)
This is the code I use to do this in my program. Some tutorials in this website

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