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  • Caliburn Hello World

    A friend recently complained to me that he had a hard time putting together a Hello World application using Caliburn. Here’s a simple step-by-step guide to getting a very simple Caliburn application up and running with the 1.0 release. The goal is to demonstrate the built-in conventions-based binding...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 11-22-2009
    Filed under: Silverlight, XAML, Caliburn, viewmodel, mvvm
  • MVVM Study Part 4: Naked WPF

    I’ve blogged previously about the MVVM pattern, but so far I have managed to escape without showing any code ;) Before diving in deeper, I would like to stop and show what it takes to do a very simple implementation of this pattern on top of naked WPF (that’s plain WPF without any cool frameworks...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 11-13-2009
    Filed under: WPF, Xaml, databinding, .NET 3.5, Silverlight, MVVM, UI Architecture
  • NHProf and Caliburn Testability

    I’ve heard some developers asking about UI testing lately. Specifically, there have been some questions about what we did with NHProf. So, I thought I would write a little bit about that here. There are a variety of different types of tests you can do. In my experience some have a better ROI than...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 10-30-2009
    Filed under: WPF, databinding, .NET 3.5, Caliburn, MVVM, UI Architecture, NHProf
  • Caliburn v1 RTW for WPF, Silverlight 2.0 and 3.0!

    Hooray!!! I finally released Caliburn v1 to RTW and got the official site launched ! This has been a long time coming and I could not have done it without the generous help and support of the .NET community, family and friends. Many individuals contributed by finding bugs, submitting patches, recommending...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 10-26-2009
    Filed under: WPF, Xaml, databinding, WPF/e, .NET 3.5, Caliburn, Featured, Silverlight, DSL, RIA, MVVM, UI Architecture
  • Are Value Converters Evil?

    Justin Angel (who is undoubtedly a Silverlight Rock Star) decided to stir things up a bit on Twitter the other night.   I was compelled to echo Ward Bell’s response that value converters can play legitimate role in the UI. Justin asked me to defend my position; a reasonable request. Now, I know...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 10-01-2009
    Filed under: WPF, Silverlight, UI, XAML, UX, viewmodel, mvvm
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