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Add parameters to a custom markup extension

Add parameters to a custom markup extension: Microsoft XAML: 3 Type Converters and Resources
Add parameters to a custom markup extension: Microsoft XAML: 3 Type Converters and Resources

One advantage that MarkupExtensions have over TypeConverters is that extensions support default and named parameters. This video shows how to use constructors for default parameters and object properties fore named parameters.

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Desktop Apps Development Tools Developer XAML ASP.NET Azure

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