What you’ll learn
- Logically and physically structuring WPF applications according to MVVM pattern
- Apply either View-First or ViewModel-First approach
- Set up Design-Time Data
- Build a communication bridge between Views and ViewModels
- Correctly apply a static message bus
- Organize navigation
- Validate Models
- Build your own MVVM framework
- You should already have a decent C# and a little bit of WPF experience.
MVVM (stands for Model-View-ViewModel) is a well-known architectural pattern in the world of WPF. Most enterprise level WPF applications are MVVM-based.
Learn deeply the concepts lying behind the MVVM pattern in order to understand what MVVM is in essence and how to pragmatically apply it to a WPF application. This is a great MVVM tutorial for beginners (beginners in MVVM, don’t forget to look at prerequisites)!
No fluff, no ranting, no beating the air. I respect your time. The course material is succinct, yet comprehensive. All important concepts are covered. Particularly important topics are covered in-depth. Don’t forget that this course has English subtitles, so if you don’t understand my accent, feel free to turn them on.
Take this course and you will be satisfied.
Build a strong foundation in applying MVVM with this course
In the case you’re just familiar with the WPF framework, learning this course will give you a level-up since you’ll be capable of developing professional WPF applications. Applying MVVM intelligently is a “must have” skill for WPF developers.
If you are an experienced WPF developer, you might be interested in how MVVM frameworks may work under the hood. Throughout the course, we will be building a small MVVM framework similar to Caliburn.Micro.
Level: Advanced to advanced
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