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Building an MVP Framework for .NET. Part 2: Implementing Core Functionality

, 11 Feb 2008 CPOL
Basing on the concepts introduced in the first part, this article proceeds to implement the core MVP Framework funtionality.
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//===========================================
// MVC# Framework | www.MVCSharp.org        |
// ------------------------------------------
// Copyright (C) 2008 www.MVCSharp.org      |
// All rights reserved.                     |
//===========================================

using System;
using System.Text;

namespace MVCSharp.Core.Views
{
    #region Documentation
    /// <summary>
    /// All views should implement this interface.
    /// </summary>
    #endregion
    public interface IView
    {
        #region Documentation
        /// <summary>
        /// Used to connect a view to its controller.
        /// </summary>
        /// <remarks>
        /// This is one of the most important and widely used properties
        /// in the framework. Through it views pass control to controllers
        /// (see the example below).
        /// </remarks>
        /// <example>
        /// In this example the view handles a user gesture (button click)
        /// by passing control to the associated controller:
        /// <code>
        /// class MyView : IView
        /// {
        ///     // here the IView implementation goes
        ///     ...
        /// 
        ///     private void button_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        ///     {
        ///         (Controller as MyController).DoSomething();
        ///     }
        /// }
        /// </code>
        /// </example>
        #endregion
        IController Controller
        {
            get;
            set;
        }

        #region Documentation
        /// <summary>
        /// Used to assign a view its name.
        /// </summary>
        #endregion
        string ViewName
        {
            get;
            set;
        }
    }
}

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Oleg Zhukov
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Russian Federation Russian Federation
Oleg Zhukov, born and living in Russia is Lead Engineer and Project Manager in a company which provides business software solutions. He has graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) (department of system programming) and has got a M.S. degree in applied physics and mathematics. His research and development work concerns architectural patterns, domain-driven development and systems analysis. Being the adherent of agile methods he applies them extensively in the projects managed by him.

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