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Grouping data in a Silverlight DataGrid

I previously wrote about DataGrid grouping using the declarative model of adding GroupDescriptors.  Unfortunately that feature (the declarative part) never made it to the release of Silverlight 3.  It was pointed out to me that I should update that post and it has been on my //TODO list for a while.  Here’s an update… First, I’m still using a sample data class of Person as my test data: 1: using System.Collections.Generic; 2:  3: namespace...

Getting started with Silverlight: Part 3 – Accessing Data

This is part 3 in a series on getting started with Silverlight.  To view the index to the series click here.  You can download the completed project files for this sample application in C# or Visual Basic. Now that we have our initial layout outlined and some controls to work with, let’s start getting the data.  Since we’re going to use Twitter search, we’ll be leveraging their web service API.  In our application we won’t be hosting our own database or anything but I did want to point out the various ways you can access data via Silverlight before we go...


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