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A reusable ProgressViewModel to observe progress with MVVM

, 30 Jan 2012
UI and code-behind is executed in different threads. Long running processes need asynchronous execution. This artice shows a way of doing this in a ViewModel approach.



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The Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and C# are one of my favorite past time hobbies since I started developing Edi:
and a few other sub-projects on Codeplex. I am normally an algorithms and structure type person but WPF has such interesting sides that I cannot help myself but get into this and MVVM.

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