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Context & Correctness

Have you noticed that you often introduce a code snippet without saying where it is supposed to go in the application? Being new to the "Update Controls Way", I needed to think awhile to figure out that SelectedOrderSummary belongs in the top-level viewmodel (whatever that's called--you did not give it a name).

The implicit context for this post is some sort of "customers/orders" application, which seems to be a common idiom in Microsoftland, but personally I have never written or worked on this type of app. I encourage you to provide more context in your examples... and write your code in a temporary project to avoid mistakes (even if you throw away the project without posting it); because I noticed a typo in the XAML: SelectedItem="{Bidning SelectedOrderSummary}"

In any case, I am loving UpdateControls so far!

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