Sorry, but I find MVVM way too verbose and worky and far to imposing (restrictive). I'm not a fan of MVVM, it forces a human interaction that is not natural to anyone other than developers and/or folks that think in logical patterns ... my end users are rarely those types of people. MVVM may make sense from a developers perspective, but I'm not coding applications for developers and my end user rarely think the same way a developer does, very rare! I'm not suggesting right or wrong, just the reality of real world applications over a broad audience/user.
Back to the sample code from your link ... if I understand correclty, I can use the LoadingRowDetails and assign it to an event handler ... that's all good. But specific details about the row will be available thru e (GridViewRowDetailsEventArgs)?
answered on 07 Feb 2012, 08:35 AM
Indeed, you can work with the arguments of the event - you can get the element defined in RowDetailsTemplate, the corresponding row and the state of the row details - whether they are visible or collapsed.
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