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I am going to show you how to create a multithreaded application that shows a progress dialog which shows real time progress to the user.
First lets start with how to get started with multithreading in WPF.
Reporting the Progress of a Background Process You can report the progress of a background process back to the primary thread by calling the Report Progress method.
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) data binding provides a simple and consistent way for applications to present and interact with data.
Elements can be bound to data from a variety of data sources in the form of common language runtime (CLR) objects and XML.
Executing these tasks on a separate thread allows you to maintain the responsiveness of the UI while the task is performed. The Background Worker is the recommended way to run time consuming tasks on a separate, dedicated thread, leaving the UI responsive.
Running a Background Process The Run Worker Async method starts the execution of the background process by raising the Do Work event.