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Caliburn - Modules, Windows, and Actions

, 10 Mar 2010
This article demonstrates breaking out of the shell with module development and using Caliburn actions.
emx.tcp.caliburn.loading_source2.zip
emx.tcp.caliburn.loading
_Libraries
Caliburn.Core.dll
Caliburn.ModelFramework.dll
Caliburn.PresentationFramework.dll
Caliburn.WPF.ApplicationFramework.dll
Microsoft.Practices.Composite.dll
Microsoft.Practices.Composite.Presentation.dll
Microsoft.Practices.ServiceLocation.dll
WPFToolkit.dll
emx.tcp.caliburn.loading.modules.moduleA
emx.tcp.caliburn.loading.modules.moduleA.csproj.user
Models
Properties
Settings.settings
Services
Interfaces
ViewModels
Interfaces
Views
emx.tcp.caliburn.loading.modules.moduleB
Controls
emx.tcp.caliburn.loading.modules.moduleB.csproj.user
emx.tcp.caliburn.loading.modules.moduleB.suo
Models
Properties
Settings.settings
Services
Interfaces
Themes
ViewModels
Interfaces
Views
emx.tcp.caliburn.loading.Shared
Actions
Properties
Services
Interfaces
emx.tcp.caliburn.loading.shell
emx.tcp.caliburn.loading.Shell.csproj.user
Properties
Settings.settings
ViewModels
Interfaces
Views

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Nic_Roche
Software Developer Encore Software
Australia Australia
Contractor in Desktop and Web applications.
Gold Coast, Queensland.

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