Sunday, March 24, 2013

Introduction to using MVVM with Visual C++ 2012

This is an introductory article on using the MVVM pattern with Visual C++ 2012 to write Windows Store applications. The article will cover how to get data binding working with ref classes, hooking up the view models with the XAML views, using commands, setting styles in XAML, creating and using a value converter, and using item templates with a ListBox control. The article assumes that you are familiar with MVVM and C++/CX, and also that you have a fundamental understanding of using XAML views.


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