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Catel - Part 5 of n: Building a WPF example application with Catel in 1 hour

, 28 Jan 2011 CPOL
This article explains how to write a real-world application using Catel.



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About the Author

Geert van Horrik
Software Developer CatenaLogic
Netherlands Netherlands
I am Geert van Horrik, and I have studied Computer Science in the Netherlands.
I love to write software using .NET (especially the combination of WPF and C#). I am also the lead developer of Catel, an open-source application development framework for WPF, Silverlight, WP7 and WinRT with the focus on MVVM.
I have my own company since January 1st 2007, called CatenaLogic. This company develops commercial and non-commercial software.
To download (or buy) applications I have written, visit my website:
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