How to use compiled bindings (x:Bind) from a resource dictionary

Compiled bindings (often just referred to as x:Bind) is a new type of binding mechanism in Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform (UWP) which does all the heavy lifting during compile time, instead of doing it during runtime via reflection, which improves performance significantly but also has some other benefits such as strong typing and compile time validation (no more typos in binding expressions and then scratching your head and going through Output window trying to figure out why something isn't being shown in the UI). The "old" {Binding } mechanism still remains and has to be used for certain scenarios.…

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