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MVVM Light Toolkit Fundamentals

Course Summary

MVVM Light is extremely popular to build client applications in XAML. It supports Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight, Windows 8 (RT), and Windows Phone. This toolkit consists of helper components, project and item templates, code snippets, and r


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    Course Syllabus


    Course Fee:
    USD 29
    ● Introduction to the MVVM
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Showing the Data Service Output
        ◦ Building the Model
        ◦ Building the Client Data Service
        ◦ Creating the UI of the MainPage
        ◦ Navigation and DetailsPage
        ◦ Saving the Data Object, Testing
        ◦ Summarizing the Issues of Non-MVVM
        ◦ Theory: Understanding the MVVM Pattern (1)
        ◦ Theory: Understanding the MVVM Pattern (2)
        ◦ Theory: Understanding the MVVM Pattern (3)
    ● Refactoring the App to MVVM
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Refactor the Model Object
        ◦ MainViewModel Part 1: Properties
        ◦ MainViewModel Part 2: Commands and Services
        ◦ Pairing the View and ViewModel, XAML
        ◦ Adding ShowDetailsCommand and Testing the App
        ◦ Adding Design Time Data and Designing in Blend
        ◦ Unit Testing the Application
        ◦ Summary
    ● The Core Components
        ◦ Introduction: What is MVVM Light and What is it Not?
        ◦ The ObservableObject and the ViewModelBase
        ◦ The ObservableObject and the ViewModelBase (Demos)
        ◦ Introduction to ICommand and RelayCommand
        ◦ Demonstrating the Commands
        ◦ RelayCommand Demo
        ◦ RelayCommand Slides
        ◦ The Messenger, Receiving and Sending Messages
        ◦ Messenger Advanced Options
        ◦ Messenger Demos
        ◦ Dispatching to the UI Thread With the DispatcherHelper
        ◦ DispatcherHelper Sensor Demo (Windows Phone)
        ◦ DispatcherHelper WebRequest Samples (WPF and SL)
        ◦ Summary
    ● The Extras
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Setting the DataContext
        ◦ Binding to a ViewModel (Demos)
        ◦ Why an Extras Assembly?
        ◦ Introducing Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control
        ◦ Registering Classes with SimpleIoc
        ◦ Creating and Getting Instances from SimpleIoc
        ◦ Unregistering Classes from SimpleIoc
        ◦ A Typical Scenario with SimpleIoc
        ◦ SimpleIoc's Utility Methods and Properties
        ◦ The ServiceLocation Assembly and SimpleIoc
        ◦ SimpleIoc Demos
        ◦ Introduction to Behaviors
        ◦ Introduction to EventToCommand
        ◦ EventToCommand Demo 1: Handling MouseEnter Event
        ◦ EventToCommand Demo 2: Moving a Template to a ResourceDictionary
        ◦ EventToCommand Demo 3: DataTrigger and EventToCommand
        ◦ EventToCommand Demo 4: EventArgsConverter
        ◦ EventToCommand vs. InvokeCommandAction
        ◦ Summary
    ● Installing the MVVM Light Toolkit and Additional Components
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Using the Assemblies From Nuget
        ◦ A Quick Nuget Demo
        ◦ Libraries Only vs. Full
        ◦ Adding MVVM Light to an App With Nuget (Demo)
        ◦ Installing the Whole Package in Visual Studio
        ◦ Introducing the Code Snippets
        ◦ The "INPC" Code Snippets Demo
        ◦ The "RELAY" Code Snippets Demo
        ◦ 'The "PROPDP" and "PROPA" Snippets Demo
        ◦ Introduction and Demo of the Standard Project Template
        ◦ The Windows 8.1 Project Template
        ◦ New View, New ViewModel and MVVMLOCATORPROPERTY Snippet
        ◦ Summary
    ● Advanced Examples With MVVM Light
        ◦ Introduction; Plug-Ins: Introducing the Interfaces
        ◦ Plug-Ins: Preparing the View
        ◦ Plug-Ins: Databinding and Commanding
        ◦ Plug-Ins: Sending a Message to the Plug-Ins
        ◦ Plug-Ins: Using a Dataservice Inside the Plug-In
        ◦ Plug-Ins: Building a Second Plug-In
       

    Course Type:

    Self-Study

    Course Status:

    Active

    Workload:

    1 - 4 hours / week

    This course is listed under Open Source , Development & Implementations and Quality Assurance & Testing Community

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