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It is the parent’s way of saying, Before answering this question, the element first asks its children what size they want to be by executing the Measure() method of each child.
When you call Measure() on a child, this indirectly executes the Measure Override() of that child… After measuring its children, an element should be able to determine its desired size.
Dispatcher Priority for Layout and Rendering (200 Level) The WPF threading model dictates that all code execution will occur within a succinct execution block. Each dispatcher operation is queued for execution at a specific priority.
The queue is continuously processed by executing the highest priority operations first.
The Nitty Gritty of Measure (200 Level) During the measure pass, the question of is posed to an element in the form of a method named Measure Override(), so named because you will override this method on a framework element whenever you wish to implement custom sizing logic for the element.
You will override this method on a framework element anytime you need to provide custom positioning logic for child elements.When a render operation executes, the visual tree is first walked to size any elements that need to be measured (Is Measure Valid == false).The tree is then walked again to position any elements that need to be arranged (Is Arrange Valid == false). Keeping this in mind, if you ever change a property that affects layout and you want to delay some processing until after the layout has been updated, you can use Begin Invoke() to queue that additional work at Loaded priority.To support this diversion, I’m giving this “Items Control: A to Z” series a new subtitle of “(but not necessarily in order)”. Let’s just recap a couple of things before we get started…In ‘C’ is for Collection, we learned that an Items Control surfaces a collection of items in a very predictable way (namely, as a Collection View).
As with measuring, when you call Arrange() on a child, this indirectly executes the Arrange Override() of that child… After arranging its children, an element should know its actual size.