Showing posts with label Inheritance in XAML Styles. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Inheritance in XAML Styles. Show all posts

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Inheritance in XAML Styles


Style inheritance in XAML? Sounds funny? No. If we have inheritance in classes, CSS styles; then why not in XAML styles? There are many such occasions when we need to copy the same style in multiple templates/styles of a control. In this post, we will learn how to use a single piece of style and use it in other place to inherit the common styling. If you are using XAMLs excessively, this might be a very good topic for you. If you are a XAML designer and/or building a lot of...


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