Simplifying (View Model-) Data Binding Using Expression-Trees

Want to get rid of messy “PropertyChanged”-subscriptions and too many OnPropertyChanged(“…”) to manage value relations? Then DataBinder is what you’re looking for!

I wrote a Codeproject article introducing a syntax similiar to

DataBinder.Bind(s => this.FullName = s, () => String.Format("{0} {1} {2}", this.Title, this.FirstName, this.LastName));

for creating composed property values.

Check it out at Codeproject: Simplifying (View Model-) Data Binding Using Expression-Trees!

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