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MVVM and MVP in Silverlight/WPF

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Tags: MVVM , MVP , WPF , Davy Brion
Take a look at Davy Brion’s critique of MVVM and his MVP In Silverlight/WPF series which discusses the MVP approach as an alternative to MVVM.

If you’re doing Silverlight or WPF, you’ve no doubt come across the MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) pattern. It seems to be the most popular client-side architecture pattern used among Silverlight/WPF developers. I find the pattern to be highly overrated, and actually have some big issues with the whole thing.



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