Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Messenger and View Services in MVVM

In a previous article, "IOC Containers and MVVM," I introduced the concept of how an IOC container can help create and locate instances of classes (services, helpers) in various consumer classes. The article showed that IOC containers can be very helpful in decoupled applications, such as those developed according to the Model-View-ViewModel pattern. This pattern is widely used to develop XAML-based applications (in Silverlight, Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Phone, and Windows 8) because it fits well with the data-binding system and with the tools used to design the application, notably the Visual Studio Designer and Blend. For an introduction to the MVVM pattern applied to Windows 8, read the article "Using the MVVM Pattern in Windows 8" in MSDN Magazine.


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