Month: August 2015


Windows 10 Development: MvvmLight NavigationService and the Behaviors SDK

Following our last post, we now have a solid framework for our app to handle state and lifecycle. However, at this point we are still navigating the app directly from the code-behind of the Views, which ties the navigation to the platform code. In addition to cluttering up our code, this also restricts us from […]

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Windows 10 Development: Adding Design-Time Data with Blend

In our last post, we installed the MVVM Light Toolkit and defined the basic framework for a simple two-page app with the MVVM pattern. With the ViewModels we created, we now have the containers for the data, but it would be even more helpful to pre-populate them with some sample data to aid in the designing of […]