Using the Silverlight HeaderedContentControl
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Published: 17 Jun 2009
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This article examines the Silverlight HeaderedContentControl class, which displays content with a header and content pane. It takes a look at the various ways Silverlight can use this control.
by Brian Mains
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The Silverlight toolkit is an add-on to Silverlight meant to add additional Silverlight control functionality for developers.  One of these controls is the the headered content control, a pretty simple control: it consists of a header area and a content area, which the header and content can be anything.  This header/content area is a one-to-one mapping; there is only one header and one content area.

While I'm going to write about this control, I'm also going to discuss the nuances of the content-based controls, how they can be bound, and how the entire control can be bound using an underlying data context.

The Silverlight toolkit is available at  This control is subject to change in the future, and may change with the release of Silverlight 3.

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