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  • Caliburn.Micro Soup to Nuts Part 6d – A “Billy Hollis” Hybrid Shell

    Up until now I’ve been focusing on fairly simple usage of Screens and Conductors. In this article, I want to show something a bit more sophisticated. This sample is based loosely on the ideas demonstrated by Billy Hollis in this well-known DNR TV episode . Rather than take the time to explain what...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 11-18-2010
    Filed under: WPF, Xaml, databinding, WPF/e, Caliburn, Featured, Silverlight, RIA, Tutorial, MEF, MVVM, UI Architecture, Caliburn Micro, WP7
  • Caliburn.Micro Soup to Nuts Pt. 5 – IResult and Coroutines

    Before our WP7 detour , we were deep in the thick of Actions . I mentioned that there was one more compelling feature of the Actions concept called Coroutines. If you haven’t heard that term before, here’s what wikipedia * has to say: In computer science , coroutines are program components...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 08-21-2010
    Filed under: WPF, WPF/e, Caliburn, Featured, Silverlight, DSL, RIA, Tutorial, MEF, MVVM, UI Architecture, Caliburn Micro, WP7
  • Caliburn.Micro Soup to Nuts Pt. 3 – All About Actions

    We briefly introduced actions in Pt. 1 , but there is so much more to know. To begin our investigation, we’ll take our simple “Hello” example and see what it looks like when we explicitly create the actions rather than use conventions. Here’s the Xaml: <UserControl x:Class...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 07-17-2010
    Filed under: WPF, Xaml, databinding, WPF/e, Caliburn, Featured, Silverlight, RIA, Tutorial, MEF, MVVM, UI Architecture, Caliburn Micro
  • Caliburn.Micro Soup to Nuts Pt. 2 – Customizing The Bootstrapper

    In the last part we discussed the most basic configuration for Caliburn.Micro and demonstrated a couple of simple features related to Actions and Conventions. In this part, I would like to explore the Bootstrapper class a little more. Let’s begin by configuring our application to use an IoC container...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 07-08-2010
    Filed under: WPF, Xaml, databinding, WPF/e, Caliburn, Featured, Silverlight, RIA, Tutorial, MEF, MVVM, UI Architecture, Caliburn Micro
  • Speaking on MEF at the L’viv .Net Users Group

    I just confirmed that when I am over in L’viv Ukraine working with our team there (btw, they are a kick @ss team) I will be speaking at the L’viv .Net Users group.  The topic of the night will be MEF (on codeplex ).  The Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) is a new library in .NET that enables...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 06-30-2010
    Filed under: Speaking, MEF
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