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  • Caliburn Beta 1 Is Here

    I've finally got Beta 1 out the door!  It has a host of new features and improvements that I'm pretty excited about.  Here's a brief list of what's new/changed: Improved asynchronous programming experience for actions. Asynchronous module loading Eager and lazy loaded modules...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 04-19-2008
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml, .NET 3.5, Caliburn
  • There's some darkness in your silver light.

    First, let me begin by saying that I'm a huge fan of Silverlight.  I've been working with it since the Alpha 1.1 was released at Mix07.  I've written thousands of lines of Silverlight 1.1 code for a personal project of mine that I hope to share in the not too distant future. ...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 03-13-2008
    Filed under: WPF, Xaml, databinding, Control Templates, Silverlight
  • Caliburn: Using ActionMessages to enable MVC in WPF

    The Caliburn framework is packed with a variety of features spread across three main assemblies. In this post, I'll be discussing a few features available in Caliburn.dll. I'll cover basic configuration of the framework and demonstrate how a WPF UI can communicate with a Controller/Presenter...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 01-09-2008
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml, .NET 3.5, Caliburn
  • Introducing 'Caliburn': An MVC/MVP WPF Framework

    Caliburn is a WPF framework geared towards the creation of testable, maintainable and extensible client applications. It has strong support for MVC/MVP as well as many other features useful in the creation of a modern Windows application. I started building an early version of this framework in the first...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 01-07-2008
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml, .NET 3.5, Caliburn, Featured
  • Introducing: Ninja Browser

    Well, with all of the hoopla surrounding Safari for Windows, I thought I'd make my own contribution to the browser wars: Ninja Browser. I call it "Ninja Browser" because you can code it so fast, you'll feel like a XAML ninja afterwards! Below is the entire XAML source for the browser: <Window xmlns...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 06-19-2007
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml
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