Lesson 9 - Birthday reminder in C# .NET WPF - Bindings
In the previous lesson, Birthday reminder in C# .NET WPF - Wiring layers, we wired in the logic and the presentation application layers in our birthday reminder. Today, we're going to continue working with bindings in WPF.
Once a person is selected in the ListBox, we want his/her details to be displayed in the right column and the calendar to be set to the person's date of birth. Change the StackPanel's XAML to look like this:
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