Suppose you want to define a data binding where the source property is of type int but the target property is bool. You want this data binding to produce a false value when the entire font equals 0 and true otherwise. You can do this with a class that implements the IValueConverterinterface. Like other Xamarin.Forms concepts, Converters can be reused in .NET MAUI without requiring code changes.
Convertir Converters de Xamarin.Forms a .NET MAUI by Javier Suarez
Behaviors enable you to add functionality to UI controls without having to subclass them. Instead, the function is implemented in a Behavior class and associated with the control as if it were part of it. In .NET MAUI there is exactly the same concept, allowing you to reuse code in a simple way.
Convertir Behaviors de Xamarin.Forms a .NET MAUI by Javier Suarez
Triggers enable you to express actions declaratively in XAML that change the appearance of controls based on events or property changes. In addition, state triggers, which are a specialized group of triggers, define when a VisualState should be applied. As a general rule, all XAML-related concepts in Xamarin.Forms will work without requiring changes to .NET MAUI.
Convertir Triggers de Xamarin.Forms a .NET MAUI by Javier Suarez