Archive | March, 2019

Transparent Filtering

In my previous post,, I’ve discussed the limitations of the ObservableCollection in the standard .NET platform and a possible solution for it. As mentioned in the article, there was a reason, why those limitations were hindering me, beside bad design practices. In this post, I’m going to walk you through the project that needed […]

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What can you do if ObservableCollection is limiting you?

The Problem or Puzzle A few weeks ago, as mentioned in this post, I had to implement a filtering solution for an ObservableCollection. I will post about the solution itself, once I’ve published the code, but one part led me to an interesting problem. The solution for the filtering was basically two observable collections […]

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