Creating a simple WPF application using Prism: Part 3


In Part 2, we discussed on how to go about creating Modules in Prism, so how do we go about getting one module to talk to another? For this portion, I’m going to explain how to get the Search Module to talk to the Navigation Module. (btw, the source code for this app can be downloaded at the end of this post)

EventAggregator

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Creating a simple WPF application using Prism: Part 2


Here’s a link to Part 1 of this walkthrough.

Continuing where I left off, let’s look at creating the Search Module, that is going to be plugged into the “Search Region” of our shell. The UI is basically a search bar where the user can enter a membership number to search for. Begin by creating a new WPF User Control Library into your solution.

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Creating a simple WPF application using Prism: Part 1


How to build a simple WPF application with Prism….this post is going to be just that. If you are unclear about the architecture of Prism, do have a quick look at it on my previous post.

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Prism: Adding more colors to WPF and Silverlight


Light_dispersion_conceptual_wavesMicrosoft has recently released an updated version of Prism for WPF/Silverlight (Prism v2), as part of their Patterns and Practices Composite Application Guide.

This library or framework provides guidance for developing Enterprise Level applications for WPF and Silverlight, which encourages a loosely coupled, easily testable, modular structured approach with a few good use of design patterns.

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