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X:key vs X:Class vs X:Name

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X:key vs X:Class vs X:Name
posted Dec 16, 2014 by Saravanan

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x:Key:

Sets a unique user-defined key for each resource in a ResourceDictionary. The key token string is used as the argument for StaticResource markup extension to retrieve any such resource from another XAML usage.

x:Class:

Specifies the CLR namespace and class name for the class that provides code-behind for a XAML page, and names the class that is created or joined by the XAML markup compiler build action in the Windows Phone app model

x:Name:

Specifies a run-time object name for the instance that exists in run-time code after an object element defined in XAML is processed. You use x:Name for element-naming scenarios in the occasional cases where the more convenient FrameworkElement.Name property is not supported.

answer Dec 18, 2014 by Jdk
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