So all we need to do in the XAML file is to specify the binding member for each column.We can do that by the "Display Member Binding" attribute and "Binding" markup extension.This article also covers most of the properties and methods of the List View control.There are two approaches to create a List View control in Windows Forms. string s = "Hello"; // Create the binding description. Each binding must have a target element, target property, and data source, although some values are provided by default if you don't specify them. But you can create a new Binding object, set its properties, and establish a new binding on a specific UI element target using Framework Element. The Binding class defines the properties of a binding.
A Value Converter converts the value from a source type to a target type and back.
The List View class represents a List View control in Windows Forms.
To create a List View control at run-time, we create an instance of the List View class, set its properties and add a List View object to the Form controls.
Either we can use the Forms designer to create a control at design-time or we can use the List View class to create a control at run-time.
To create a List View control at design-time, we simply drag and drop a List View control from the Toolbox onto a Form in Visual Studio.