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MVP-VM (Model View Presenter - ViewModel) with Data Binding and BackgroundWorker in Windows Forms applications

, 17 Jun 2010 CPOL
This article explains a way to create a Windows Forms app with the thinnest possible Form.cs files.
CSsourcecode.zip
DataBinding
DataBinding
DataBinding.csproj.user
Properties
DataSources
SolverViewModel.datasource
Settings.settings
CSsourceWithoutCodeContracts.zip
MVPVM
DataBinding
DataBinding.csproj.user
Properties
DataSources
SolverViewModel.datasource
Settings.settings
VBSourceCode.zip
MVPVM in VB
MVPVM in VB
MVPVM in VB.vbproj.user
My Project
Application.myapp
DataSources
SolverViewModel.datasource
Settings.settings
VBSourceCodeWithoutCodeContracts.zip
MVPVM in VB.vbproj.user
Application.myapp
SolverViewModel.datasource
Settings.settings

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tetsushmz
Software Developer (Senior)
Japan Japan
He started his career as a PDP-11 assembly language programmer in downtown Tokyo, learning what "patience" in real life means by punching a 110 baud ASR-33 Teletype frantically. He used to be able to put in the absolute loader sequence through the switch panel without consulting the DEC programming card.
 
Since then, his computer language experiences include 8051 assembly, FOCAL, BASIC, FORTRAN-IV, Turbo/MS C, VB. VB.NET, and C#.
 
Now, he lives with his wife, two grown-up kids (get out of my place!), and two cats in Westerville, Ohio.

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