In this chapter, you look at how to create data-driven WinForms applications. This chapter is longer than those for web and WPF applications because most of the principles of data-driven development are the same for all three, and these principles are covered in detail here. You learn how to dynamically instantiate forms and controls, wire events, and link them to runtime compiled code to validate the input. Then, you examine a number of practical examples of how data-driven WinForms development can work for you.
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