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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by Atif Aziz tagged patterns

Designed to aid in the development of WPF and Silverlight applications, Caliburn implements a variety of UI patterns for solving real-world problems. Patterns that are enabled by the framework include MVC, MVP, Presentation Model (MVVM), Commands and Application Controller.

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Designing Interfaces: Patterns for Effective Interaction Design is an intermediate-level book about interface and interaction design, structured as a pattern language.

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The first big shocker is that Cider does not use the IComponent / IDesigner architecture that Windows Forms and ASP.NET use. The most obvious reason for this is that nothing in WPF implements IComponent, but we had a lot of good reasons not to use this ex

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Everybody who reads the famous book Design Patterns knows the Decorator pattern. Let's, for a moment, forget what we know about this concept and try to understand Decorator from our everyday experience.

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A system contains data that must be generally available to divergent parts of the system but we wish to avoid using long parameter lists to functions or global data. Therefore, we place the data in a Context Object and pass this object.

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Inversion of Control (IOC) through injection also known as Injection IOC has not been a designer or programmer friendly pattern. Many question its validity. Context IOC is a new approach that attempts to capture IOC as a pure design pattern.

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