MVVM in Windows 8: Part 3 - by @gillcleeren
Welcome to the third and last part of this article series on using the MVVM pattern to build Windows 8 Store apps. In the two previous parts, we have covered the concepts of MVVM (part 1) and have learned how we can create ViewModel classes. We have also covered the use of a ViewModel Locator and finally used Commanding to allow us to declaratively (through XAML) link events happening in the UI with code in the ViewModel classes. In this part, we are going to cover some more advanced concepts. We are starting out with messaging and will cover navigation as well. We’ll finish the series by looking at how we can add support for some of the Windows 8 specific application features such as the contracts. Let’s dive straight in!
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