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GeneralMeasuring Effectiveness of a Paradigm PinmvpJohn Simmons / outlaw programmer7-Oct-12 1:57 
When I adopted .Net back in 2008, I wrote a CP article around a game I wrote called Anagrams. Given my recent re-introduction to WPF, I figured it would be interesting to rewrite that application using WPF, along with MVVM. I am nearing completion of the app, and was curious to see how much MVVM could simplify the code on the front end (mostly because I realized that I wasn't modifying the window code much), and was amazed to see that there are less than 150 lines of code in the main windows class (the original version required 272 lines in the main form file). I still haven't written the timer code or adding the configuration stuff, but none of that should add appreciably to the main window cs file.
 
I guess you could call MVVM an effective method for simplifying the code, at least on the user interface side.
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