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Daniel Schroeder's (aka deadlydog) Programming Blog. If you’ve used binding at all in WPF then you more then likely have also written a converter. How freaking cool is that!
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This also allows us to skip steps 1, 2, and 3 of the traditional approach, allowing you to get more done. More examples using Quick. Converter. The Quick.
Converter documentation page shows many more examples, such as a Visibility converter. Visibility=? Visibility.
Visible : Visibility. Collapsed', P=. Register assemblies for the types that you plan to use in your quick converters. For example, if you want to use the Visibility converter shown above, you need to register the System. Windows assembly, since that is where the System.
Windows. Visibility enum being referenced lives. Add the Quick. Converter namespace to your Xaml files. As with all controls in xaml, before you can use a you a control you must create a reference to the namespace that the control is in. You need some very complex logic that is simply easier to write using a traditional converter. If the converter logic that you are writing is very complex, you may want it enclosed in a converter class to make it more easily reusable; this allows for a single reusable object and avoids copy- pasting complex logic all over the place. If you need to debug your converter, that can’t be done with Quick.
Converter (yet?). Summary. So Quick. Converter is super useful and can help speed up development time by allowing most, if not all, of your converters to be written inline.