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    Org posted on Tue, Nov 20 2012 2:39 AM

    Hi, there

    I have a question: Which MVVM Framework should I use? Is caliburn micro good stuff? What do you think about cocktail? Do you recommend to use cocktail and caliburn micro together?

     

    I found Tiagos "Caliburn.Micro for Csla". Do you recommend it?

     

    ciu

    Manfred

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    JonnyBee replied on Tue, Nov 20 2012 11:57 AM

    Caliburn Micro is nice.

    I do not know anything about cocktail.

    Caliburn,Micro for CSLA is addon/extension classes to make Caliburn.Micro and CSLA work better together.

    Jonny Bekkum, Norway CslaContrib Coordinator

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    JonnyBee:

    Caliburn,Micro for CSLA is addon/extension classes to make Caliburn.Micro and CSLA work better together.

    The extension is Csla.Xaml.ViewModelBase and Csla.Xaml.ViewModel adapted for Caliburn.Micro. An updated version (for Csla 4.3.13 and Caliburn.Micro 1.4) was published very recently at CSLA .NET Contrib and it's also available on NuGet.

    Tiago Freitas Leal, CslaGenFork (Open Source CSLA code generator)

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    Org replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 7:41 AM

    Hi, Jonny and Tiago

    Thank you for your kind answers.

     

    To Tiago: Thank you for your work. As far as I know "Caliburn Micro for CSLA" ist your work.

     

    ciu

    Manfred

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