Who Activates, Displays, and Closes Screens?

Posted by: JohnPapa.net, on 03 Aug 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Jeremy Miller just published a post asking for feedback on how we activate and deactivate our screens in our application frameworks (what I also call a Presentation Framework). I started replying in the comments then realized it was going to be too long so here is my reply to his post. I find this topic very timely as I have gone through this process of creating a Presentation Framework for Silverlight and WPF applications several times over recently. Sidenote: Prism itself is a library of...

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