woensdag 3 december 2008

My version of Jason Dollinger's demonstration code

I saw this post. It refers to a video where Jason Dollinger creates a small program with the help of a pattern called model-view-viewmodel (m-v-vm). Some people wrote in the comments to this post that they wanted the source code of the program that was created in this video. I thought it would be nice to recreate the program as a way of learning about this pattern. After I wrote it I thought it would be nice to share it with you. I haven't implemented the unity framework yet. But I already have used the MEF library in other programs. So I probably will write an update of this program in the future where the MEF framework is used. Because I wrote the program in Visual Studio Express no unit testing is included. You can download the file here. If you have any comments or suggestions please let me know! Shout it kick it on DotNetKicks.com

maandag 1 december 2008

Creating a master/detail viewmodel

UPDATE 4-6-2009: An article about the latest version of this program can be found here. The viewmodel described in this article has changed a lot.

I'm just starting with wpf and I read Beth Massi's code that belonged to this video. It's about creating a master/detail view in wpf. I also saw Jason Dollingers's video about creating a viewmodel: Jason Dolinger on Model-View-ViewModel I though I could give this viewmodel thing a try using as a starting point Beth Massi's code.

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