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Navigation in MVVM applications (Onyx)

, 13 Nov 2009 CPOL 39.2K 1.7K 27
Navigation in MVVM applications. Combined with navigation through DataTemplates, navigation through NavigationService provides a richer toolkit for WPF developers. I think it would be useful to utilize NavigationService, since the development of WPF applications then becomes similar to web developme
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I have Master degree in Particle Physics. During my last several years I work as software developer.

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