If you are a developer in the Microsoft environment and if you’re developing desktop apps, it’s likely that you’ve read something about Prism. If you don’t then this is what Prism is about: Prism is a framework for building loosely coupled, maintainable, and testable XAML applications in WPF, Windows 10 UWP, and Xamarin Forms. (from…… Continue reading WPF Prism concepts: regions
I’m sure we all hear about unit testing, test driven development and so on. These practices are useful and provide a long list of benefit like writing low-coupled and mantainable code to name a few. We want to write unit test for our UWP Prism application and we’d like, for example, to put our ViewModels…… Continue reading UWP Prism Unit Test
In this post we’ll explore the management of the lifecycle of a UWP app inside the OS.
In this post we’ll talk about the navigation with Prism in UWP. With navigation I mean the technique to go from one page to another of your app. The operation in UWP/XAML is tipically performed with the Frame class that’s available only in the code-behind of a Page because it inherits from Frame. This way…… Continue reading Prism UWP for beginners: navigation
Let’s practice with Prism for UWP binding and commands.
I want to learn Prism because it may be helpful in some future projects of my company. To better understand how it works I need a target. I’d like to create a simple UWP app that displays my Twitter timeline and the local weather based on the GPS. Prism will help me to adopt the MVVM architeture and IoC/DI concepts.