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WPF: Introducing the Model-View-ViewModel pattern for Visual Basic 2010 developers - full series summary

Following the last part of the blog post introductory series on MVVM in WPF 4 applications with Visual Basic 2010, I think that you can find useful the full list of 10 posts for easier reading. Here they are:

"WPF: Introducing the Model-View-ViewModel pattern for Visual Basic 2010 developers"

Part 1 (introduction)

Part 2 (command logic)

Part 3 (details view + generic RelayCommand)

Part 4 (data validation)

(From part 5 on, MVVM is against the ADO.NET Entity Framework)

Part 5 (Entity Data Model creation + data validation)

Part 6 (Message Broker and commanding)

Part 7 (service layer)

Part 8 (creating ViewModels)

Part 9 (refactoring + unit testing)

Part 10 (Views definition, UI and code download)

I'm planning some further blog posts in which I will use the sample application created in this series to show how you can replace the data store without changing the ViewModel and how you add data at design-time. I would be happy if you could leave your feedback on the series.

Alessandro

Print | posted on venerdì 13 agosto 2010 19:01 | Filed Under [ Visual Studio 2010 Visual Basic Windows Presentation Foundation ]

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