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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Sep 17, 2009 (2 weeks ago)
    In this article Damon Payne shows how you can build a flexible Navigation framework around Views and even support handy features like strongly typed parameter passing and selecting from multiple implementations when present. 

    Silverlight 3 ships with a Navigation mechanism.  A control that extends Page can be stored inside the Frame control as content, and Navigation from Page to Page is done by specifying the URI of the target Page.  This mechanism includes navigation history and the ability to go forwards and backwards through said history.  I would, however, like a slightly different programming model around application navigation.

  • A Prism (Unity) Service To Create Views

    2 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Sep 01, 2009 (1 month ago)
    Tags: Prism , MVVM , Views
    After a long summer pause Andrea Boschin is back and this time he wants to investigate an aspect of the Model-View-ViewModel pattern programming with Silverlight.

    During the summer I've started working on an application where I used Prism to implement MVVM and I found useful to write some code to easily create instance of views during application inizialization and during its lifetime. I really do not know if this is the better solution but I found it easy and useful so I've decided to share it with you. Let me say in this post I assume you are already aware of the reasons and benefits coming from the usage of the popular Model-View-ViewModel pattern and how the pattern works. I also assume you have a minimal knowledge of the Prism toolkit and Unity.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Apr 06, 2009 (5 months ago)
    Tags: Views , MVP , MVVM , WPF
    Jeff Brand is ready with the next installments of the Building Composite WPF app series - Part 4: Intro to Views and Part 5: Building a Basic Presenter. If you are not familiar with Jeff's project you better first read his previous posts: In Part 1 he introduces a new concept from the CAL and showing how it is used in our application, in Part 2 he gives a quick overview of what Regions are in the Composite App Library and how they function and Part 3 is intro to modules.