Showing posts with label Prism. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Prism. Show all posts

Monday, May 27, 2013

Developing a Windows Store Business App using C#, XAML and Prism


The Microsoft patterns & practices team is responsible for delivering applied engineering guidance that helps Software architects, developers, and their teams take full advantage of Microsoft's platform technologies in their application development project. They have a simple goal of helping software development teams be more successful with the Microsoft application platform.


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Thursday, August 9, 2012

Navigating Between Views in WPF and Prism


If you're creating loosely-coupled composable applications with Microsoft's WPF, Prism and Unity frameworks, as I described in my column for this month [ref: Managing Modules in WPF/Prism Applications], "navigation" means any change to the UI beyond updating the data being display. With the MVVM model, a lot of what counts as "navigation" can be done just by binding XAML controls in the View to ViewModel properties and then updating those properties from code in the ViewModel.

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