How to add keyboard short cut for a control in WPF in proper MVVM way

When you create an enterprise application, Keyboard shortcuts are a must. Enterprise applications will need keyboard shortcuts to execute certain actions in controls which are possible only by using mouse. Keyboard shortcut is different from keyboard access key where it will help you to get the focus on to control. Here we will use InputBindings to achieve this. InputBindings represents a binding between an input gesture and a command.

How did I fix it:

Here in this example, we will try to add a custom command handler to handle the input gesture ctrl+Del which we will bind to DeleteCommandHandler command. Now the DeleteCommandHandler command will get executed when user uses ctrl+Del.

    <KeyBinding Command="{Binding CancelButtonCommand}" Key="Escape" Modifiers="Control" />

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Libish Varghese Jacob

Libish Varghese JacobI am a lead engineer at a prominent wind turbine manufacturing firm. My interests span a diverse range, and immersing myself in technology is one of them. This platform serves as my primary knowledge base, where I seek information and insights. Moreover, I utilize this platform to share my experiences and experiments, hoping they may benefit those following a similar path. It's important to note that the suggestions I express here are based on my best knowledge at the time of writing and may not necessarily represent the optimal solutions. I wholeheartedly welcome any comments you may have to improve or refine my ideas. Your feedback is greatly appreciated and valued.