Hello. First, I apologize for the fact that I can seem somewhat intrusive. I want to use RadTileView for real-time charts displaying. For example, if I need the folowing RadCartesianChart (please see 'SensorsSignals.PNG' file attached and XAML markup below)
According to your 'DataBinding_WPF' program example and 'Data Binding' paper in http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/wpf/controls/radtileview/populating-with-data/populating-binding-to-collection I do the folowing steps.
1) In the View I write such markup:
In the ViewModel I write something similar to the following code in C# (note!!! this code here for STUBS but not for real ultrasonic signals!!!):
All works OK here. BUT. If I need to locate inside the block of
a XAML markup which contains <UserControl.Resources>...</UserControl.Resources> blocks and <i:Interaction.Triggers>...</i:Interaction.Triggers> blocks then how WPF will behave itself in this case? Will she allow such markup or not? As far as I know, it's impossible to place one <.Resource> tag inside another <.Resource> tag. So, what I can do in this case? Below is XAML markup which I need to locate inside <FrameworkElement.Resource></FrameworkElement.Resource> tag. For clarity, I show it inside <UserControl></UserControl> tag as I've done it in the application.
If you'd like you can see gas velocity bar chart in 'GasVelocityBarChart.PNG' file attached. And you can see gas velocity spline chart in 'GasVelocitySplineChart.PNG' file attached.
So, I'm very interested in the following thing: How to put the content (that is inside the <UserControl></UserControl> tag in the figure above) into <FrameworkElement.Resources></FrameworkElement.Resources> tag? After all, this inserted content itself has in its composition the <UserControl.Resources>...</UserControl.Resources> and <i:Interaction.Triggers>...</i:Interaction.Triggers> tags. Please help me understand this. I will be very grateful to you for your help because I really appreciate your help.