In a WPF application, you often work with collections of data. This data is then visually represented in list-types (ComboBox, ListView etc.) or data grids. A common design approach may look like this: There is a Model, which represents a single data record (E.g. a UserModel, including atomic data like a name etc.). A View, which contains a list-type or a data grid. The collection of UserModel-objects is then bound to the corresponding ItemsSource of the visual element.
Recurring readers may notice that the blog has heavily changed since their last visit. They may also see that the blog’s language has switched to english and that this is the only post available right now. Due to a hacker attack I had to reset the server WordPress was running on. I could have restored the old WordPress-Database, but I thought that issue might be a good reason to start over again.