5 Minute Overview of MVVM in Silverlight

Posted by: JohnPapa.net, on 08 Sep 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Model-View-ViewModel (better known by its super hero alias of MVVM ) is a great pattern to use with Silverlight and WPF. Here is my 5 minute perspective on MVVM (yep, it took me 5 minutes to spit this out too, so please be kind on any typos :-) ) One of the things that can be frustrating with any pattern is the immediate assumption that many articles have that everyone knows what MVVM means. This post is intended to be a short, quick, and hopefully easy explanation of MVVM. Another interesting aspect...

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