Introducing Windows.UI.Interactivity: Behaviors for the WinRT - by johan laanstra
In the Windows Runtime and Blend for Visual Studio 2012 there are no behaviors. This brings lots of problems when you are using the MVVM pattern or you come from the Windows Phone or Silverlight platform. Windows.UI.Interactivity tries to fill this gap by porting the whole System.Windows.Interactivity assembly, where the behaviors live in the Blend SDK, to the Windows Runtime. The project builts on work done by Windows Phone MVP Joost van Schaik a.k.a. LocalJoost and Silverlight MVP Andrea Boschin.
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