Sebastopol, CA—Simplify and speed up the development of business applications with Windows® Presentation Foundation (WPF) and the Model View ViewModel (MVVM) design pattern. With this hands-on guide—Building Enterprise Applications with Windows® Presentation Foundation and the Model View ViewModel Pattern (Microsoft Press, $19.99 USD)—you'll master the techniques to bind data to your WPF user interfaces by constructing an example application through the course of the book. Gain valuable skills with WPF and MVVM that you can immediately apply to your own projects.
"If you plan to work with Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight, or Windows Phone 7, you should get in touch with the MVVM pattern," says author Raffaele Garofalo (@raffaeu). "This book focuses on this pattern implementation. In the future, I see only these technologies in the .NET world—and the MVVM pattern is the solution for them."
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Building Enterprise Applications with Windows® Presentation Foundation and the Model View ViewModel Pattern
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By Raffaele Garofalo
Print ISBN: 9780735650923 Ebook ISBN: 9780735649828
Pages: 224 (est.)
Print Price: $19.99 Ebook Price: $14.99
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