I’ve posted about the PresentationModel pattern when creating user interfaces. The implementation of the model in the previous post did not fully utilize the binding model of Silverlight (or WPF). An example of the previous implementation is below. The above model works fine when set to the DataContext of your view (form) and the controls […]Read more "PresentationModel – Strongly Typed Implementation of INotifyPropertyChanged"
I’ve mentioned the PresentationModel pattern a couple times on this blog and figured I better discuss it in a bit more detail. I discovered the presentation model pattern almost two years ago when I had the opportunity to attend the WPF Bootcamp at Microsoft. PresentationModel is very similar to Model-View-ViewModel and a distant relative of […]Read more "The PresentationModel Pattern"
Silverlight 4 adds support for ICommand on the ButtonBase and Hyperlink classes. This is great in that the gap between WPF and Silverlight is closed ever so slightly by this addition. Not to mention how well it supports the Presentation Model pattern (or Model-View-ViewModel) without having to use the Prism implementation. The only bummer is […]Read more "Silverlight 4 ICommand Implementation"