Archive for January, 2009

WPF WebBrowser (3.5SP1) Source Binding

So, the new WPF WebBrowser control does not support data binding the “Source” property.

Thus if you were trying to write Xaml like this (below) you are flat out of luck.

After what felt like days of Googling I found this little gem:

This is great, it lets you bind a WebBrowser control to a Url that you have in a data source.

More later on if you have specific Html/JavaScript stored in a data source that you’d like to display in a WebBrowser control, but that’s another post all together.

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