In this first part, we will look at the pattern itself, describe the key concepts and look at a basic architecture setup. In the next part, we’ll start with the implementation of the basic concepts. In part 3, we’ll finish the series by adding the more advanced concepts. The final goal is having a base architecture that you can use as source of inspiration for your own Windows 8 applications. Let’s get started! The code for the entire application can be downloaded at the top (note that this is the final application).
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