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MVVM with Prism 101 – Part 6b: Wrapping IClientChannel

Source Code Part 1: The Bootstrapper Part 2: The Shell Part 3: Regions Part 3b: View Injection and The Controller Pattern Part 4: Modules Part 5: The View-Model Part 5b: ServiceLocator vs Dependency Injection Part 6: Commands Part 6b: Wrapping IClientChannel I wasn’t originally planning on a post specific to this topic, and there is likely some rehashing...

MVVM with Prism 101 – Part 6: Commands

Source Code Part 1: The Bootstrapper Part 2: The Shell Part 3: Regions Part 3b: View Injection and The Controller Pattern Part 4: Modules Part 5: The View-Model Part 5b: ServiceLocator vs Dependency Injection Part 6: Commands Part 6b: Wrapping IClientChannel I have to apologize for the length of this...

MVVM with Prism 101 – Part 5b: ServiceLocator vs Dependency Injection

Source Code Part 1: The Bootstrapper Part 2: The Shell Part 3: Regions Part 3b: View Injection and The Controller Pattern Part 4: Modules Part 5: The View-Model Part 5b: ServiceLocator vs Dependency Injection Part 6: Commands Part 6b: Wrapping IClientChannel ...

MVVM with Prism 101 – Part 5: View-Model

Source Code Part 1: The Bootstrapper Part 2: The Shell Part 3: Regions Part 3b: View Injection and The Controller Pattern Part 4: Modules Part 5: The View-Model Part 5b: ServiceLocator vs Dependency Injection Part 6: Commands Part 6b: Wrapping IClientChannel Alright, so we’re finally here. I could...

MVVM with Prism 101 – Part 4: Modules

Source Code Part 1: The Bootstrapper Part 2: The Shell Part 3: Regions Part 3b: View Injection and The Controller Pattern Part 4: Modules Part 5: The View-Model Part 5b: ServiceLocator vs Dependency Injection Part 6: Commands Part 6b: Wrapping IClientChannel Welcome back to my series on implementing the Model...

MVVM with Prism 101 – Part 3b: View Injection and the Controller Pattern

Part 1: The Bootstrapper Part 2: The Shell Part 3: Regions Part 3b: View Injection and The Controller Pattern Part 4: Modules Part 5: The View-Model Part 5b: ServiceLocator vs Dependency Injection Part 6: Commands Part 6b: Wrapping IClientChannel In my last post I addressed regions in the Composite...

MVVM with Prism 101 – Part 3: Regions

Source Code Part 1: The Bootstrapper Part 2: The Shell Part 3: Regions Part 3b: View Injection and The Controller Pattern Part 4: Modules Part 5: The View-Model Part 5b: ServiceLocator vs Dependency Injection Part 6: Commands Part 6b: Wrapping IClientChannel This is the third post in a series of...

MVVM with Prism 101 – Part 2: The Shell

Source Code Part 1: The Bootstrapper Part 2: The Shell Part 3: Regions Part 3b: View Injection and The Controller Pattern Part 4: Modules Part 5: The View-Model Part 5b: ServiceLocator vs Dependency Injection Part 6: Commands Part 6b: Wrapping IClientChannel This is the...

MVVM with Prism 101 – Part 1: The Bootstrapper

Source Code Part 1: The Bootstrapper Part 2: The Shell Part 3: Regions Part 3b: View Injection and The Controller Pattern Part 4: Modules Part 5: The View-Model Part 5b: ServiceLocator vs Dependency Injection ...

Xaml: Binding to the current DataContext

Sometimes instead of binding to a property of the current DataContext you want to bind to the actual DataContext itself. For example, I am using DelegateCommand<T> from Composite Application Library and needed to bind a command to perform an action on the current item in a ListBox. <UserControl x:Name="ViewRoot"> <ListBox ItemSource="{Binding Path=MyCollection}"> <Button Content="Delete" cmd:Click.Command="{Binding ElementName=ViewRoot, Path=DataContext.Delete} cmd:Click.CommandParameter={??????}...

Prism for Silverlight 2: Taking ‘Hello World' to a Whole New Level

The World's Most Over-engineered “Hello World” DemoDownload SourceI wanted to build a demo/guidance application for Silverlight that merges everything I want to accomplish in a Silverlight 2 application. These were my goals: WCF integration Design-time data binding Independent, decoupled modules Commanding support I chose to use the Composite Application Library for WCF/Silverlight (aka Prism 2) since it came out of the box with commanding support and a framework for pluggable modules. Prism 2 was developed by Microsoft's Patterns and Practices (PnP) group.I've posted a copy of my solution for anyone who's interested in...

Silverlight and Prism: Decoupling the WCF Client Proxy

I'm in the process of creating the world's most complex “Hello World” Silverlight application. Hopefully, for once, I'll see it through to the end and also post the source and an insightful blog entry to help everybody who's struggling to do the same. Anyone who follows my blog knows that I don't always follow through on a series to the end. But, “I can dream can't I?”. Anyhow, I've taken the recent release of Prism v2, which introduced Silverlight support, to dig in and get to know both Prism and Silverlight. As background, I have one production WFP application under...

 

 

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