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I am totally a beginner in WPF and MVVM. Can you please give me a small and simple example on WPF MVVM.

I Google -ed and found so many articles which I could not get in to my head thoroughly.

I noticed the concept of MVVM while reading some article about WPF Data Binding and I got interested.

Since I am a beginner, I thought I would start it with MVVM and I was not lucky enough to get hold of some simple examples.

BTW, my database is in SQL. I am looking for a WPF MVVM pattern example which gets and sets data with SQL Server.

Please provide a simple database access example.

Thanks in advance
Posted 20-Feb-13 0:03am
Updated 20-Feb-13 8:00am
Member 11268178 27-Nov-14 4:45am
Jitemdra 4-Feb-16 1:17am
Hi Sir, I am a beginner on wpf MVVM desgin pattern.I am facing problem on mvvvm design pattern. Plz give me small sample application with I practised on mvvm pattern. Plz help me...........
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Solution 1

Here is a good article with sample code on WPF and MVVW WPF/MVVM Quick Start Tutorial[^]
Then follow that up with using it for database access Using WPF MVVM for Database Access[^]
Both articles provide sample code for you to examine
Marcus Kramer 20-Feb-13 14:00pm
+5. Excellent links.
ramesh.mandapelly 9-Sep-13 14:02pm
they are really a good links but not in MVVM patern so ultimately those links are use less for beginners
CHill60 20-Feb-13 17:52pm
Of course they're good links ... they're both in CodeProject!! Thank you :-)
CHill60 10-Sep-13 10:11am
Interesting comment - could you elaborate on how the articles don't fit the MVVM pattern for the benefit of any beginners that might pick up this link via google
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Solution 3

I would recommend Building Enterprise Applications with Windows Presentation Foundation and the Model View ViewModel Pattern publish by Microsoft.
you can find the source code here

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