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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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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.


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


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