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Wpf dependencyproperty binding not updating

I will use it to define a brush on a Rectangle so changes will be easy to watch. If you want something dynamic, you have to ask for it. As the property is named “Color”, I create a static event named “Color Changed”. This solution is nice when you have only one property but can be fastidious when you have a lot of them because there is one event to define/raise for each property. The generic event is what you are used to with normal property. When you raise the event, you have to provide the name of the changed property to the event argument.

But when I tried to add a Text Block binded to the same property under the rectangle, I noticed that the rectangle color was nor more updated.

When profiling an application, we can instantiate the control which binds to our class and then dispose that control.

When opening a snapshot in dot Memory, the snapshot overview page will tell us about WPF binding leaks immediately.

The solution to prevent automatic updates of the binding source is to set the However, this feature comes with a catch: You’ll have to trigger updates on all your controls manually.

Beatriz Costa posted a generic solution, but I found it a bit tedious to explicitly update every single control on my dialog.

When developing Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Silverlight and Windows Store applications, a number of common memory leaks may surface.

In this blog post, we’ll see how dot Memory can help detect these common WPF memory leaks and how we can fix them.

I first think that this will be an easy demo to build: I just have to use the x: Static extension as a source in a Binding and tada this is over! On the contrary, I had to put an instance object on which my static property is defined in the resource and use it as the source of the Binding.