Here in this case we need to call the Refresh method of Collection View Source.
The Forms team has been defining its release process.
With broad changes it’s much harder to call something stable.
Therefore, after a major release we will delay one point release of features and instead focus on stability of the new major release.
If I add or remove person object from the Observable Collection I will be able to see the changes in my Tree View also.
Here Person object has only one string property Full Name Now if I click on Change Name button, which simply renames the selected Person, I will not be able to see the change in my Tree View. 339&parid=root Have a look at this solution as well View Source_without_Refresh_for_Faster_Filtering_in_Silverlight Hope it helps.
pre2, pre3) per week until that point release is deemed stable.I’ve seen a number of forum posts lately expressing a desire for an observable dictionary.Here are links to a couple of them: Thread 1: Observable Dictionary, problem with Remove Thread 2: Bind observable dictionary As promised in my response to the latter thread, I am now providing a sample demonstrating how one might implement an observable dictionary. The Observable Dictionary Sample In this sample, I demonstrate how to bind to a dictionary of button styles.Observable Collection only provided notifications when we make any change in the collection itself like Adding or Removing an Item.If we update any properties of a contained class, it doesn’t raise any notifications. If I have an Observable Collection of Person object and it is bind to a Tree View.For release notes we will 1) summarize the “goals of the release”, 2) list “new features” implemented, 3) list “bugs squashed”, and 4) list “Important notes” for warnings and pitfalls.