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Lesson 28 - Our own control with DependencyProperties in C# .NET WPF

In the last lesson, DependencyProperties in C# .NET WPF , we've introduced DependencyPro­perties and explained what they can do extra than classic C# properties in combination with INotifyProper­tyChanged.

As an example, we'll program a simple clock application. We'll set text, a time zone and background color for the clock. In the final version, it'll look like this:

Let's create a new WPF project and then a new user element named Clock.


Its XAML code will be as follows:


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In the C# .NET WPF tutorial we'll program an example of using DependencyProperties in our own UserControl.

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