PRISM application

I’ve been tasked with building a simple proof of concept application by next week. It MUST be modular and loosely coupled. It SHOULD be portable to Silverlight and possibly mobile applications. Not actually having built a WPF application yet this has me excited. As a bonus I get to implement PRISM and the MVVM pattern plus choose a dependacy injection container.

Once the proof of concept succeeds this most likely be the basis of a complete overhaul of the existing systems we are working with! Wish me luck! 🙂

Update -Right now I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed. After reading some of a ‘Developer’s Guide to Microsoft Prism’ yesterday I had the impression I had a choice between 2 depedancy injection containers MEF or Unity (yes there are others but these 2 are for now the most logical choice).

After reading David Hill’s blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dphill/archive/2009/12/09/prism-and-mef.aspx) it seems it can be argued that MEF isn’t even a DI container. In fact MEF and Unity can be used together with PRISM! Obviously I can’t expect to learn these concepts within a week.

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About schuits

IT Developer for over 10 years.

Posted on June 23, 2011, in ASP.Net, WPF and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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