WinForms Databinding, Part 1

Posted on June 16, 2005

The basic idea behind databinding is simple. You have some source of data, and you have a control. When the data changes, you want the control to update to reflect the new value. When the control is changed (typically the control text), you want the data to change. Databinding is the term for the auto-magic process that does this. Consider a form that contains a TextBox and an instance of a class that exposes some data: public class ...

Read More