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.NET databinding

I have a general question about the approach towards databinding controls
with objects. Apart from the databinding offered by .NET to bind data, it
can be extended to have the same behavior with objects. Although, it seems a
better way of doing things and provides an abstraction of code base, it
hampers performance, as compared to the traditional approach.

But just in the context of approach towards best practices towards
developing applications(windows based) with .NET, is databinding objects to
controls a warranted approach?

Also, there are news from the recent PDC about the C# version 2.0 and
improvements in databinding, etc. What does a developer need to consider for
when developing with .NET 1.1 with the point of view of the upcoming
changes?

Thanks
Jul 21 '05 #1
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