Observablecollection not updating ui

WIn RT introduces a new interface for collection change notification, IObservable Vector, which means Observable Collection no longer works with this framework.In this blog post I will show how you can use Observable Collection, via a simple adapter, within you WIn RT applications.It deals with hierarchies and mandatory selections, multi-selects and single-selects.In order to make it easier for users to see what items were already selected, there was also a list of just the selected items.But I sometimes expect too much from Collection View Source’s performance with large data sets, and then things get more interesting.I was working with large sets of complex data in a Data Grid, using the Collection View Source’s Filter operations to allow the user to ‘Delete’ rows while still keeping the items in the underlying collection to allow either a ‘Cancel’ or a ‘Save’ operation to finalize the change.

This happens because, when binding to an observable collection, WPF automatically adds a The Observable Collection is already bound to the Listview.Collection View Source is quickly becoming one of my go-to tools for complex data viewing and editing in Silverlight.The Grouping, Filtering, and Sorting operations make what were once difficult features simple and straightforward.Developers are slowly starting to get their heads around the differences between the old (Silverlight, WPF, WP7) and the new - Win RT.Whilst the it has a familiar feel, with the UI defined in XAML and an API that is very similar to . For an overview of some of these differences see: that you want to port over?

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