repost: MVVM, providing the Association of View to ViewModel

Jason Rainwater posted a nice summary of the ways in which you can hook up the View and the ViewModel: May 26 MVVM, providing the Association of View to ViewModel Hello everyone! As stated in my previous post, today I will be talking about the different ways we can associate a ViewModel (or any other type…


"Advanced MVVM" by Josh Smith

davihard’s “Cliffs Notes” of “Advanced MVVM” WPF Review/MVVM Intro XAML based layout flow and user interaction event definition; they do some nice painting and rendering performance for you. “It was once commonly said that all roads lead to Rome. Today all WPF and Silverlight best practices lead to the Model-View-ViewModel design pattern.” This is great…


FlowDirection in WPF/Silverlight

A colleague of mine illustrated how easy a majority of our work would be in switching our Silverlight application to a bidirectional context layout flow (RTL, rather than LTR). Path seems to flip X coordinate space automatically based on FlowDirection. at least in WPF 3.5. (I didn’t have SL4 handy.) There’s no reason I know…


MVVM deep dive

For the next few weeks i’ll be doing a “deep dive” into MVVM. Below is an excerpt from a deep dive kickoff e-mail i got from my boss. In coming posts i’ll publish summaries/notes of these resources. Model – View – ViewModel (MVVM) We’re moving forward with a deep dive into the MVVM design pattern…