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Communication/Updates between units of works/entity framework contexts, colliding with user changes

I'm developing a WPF application using Entity Framework for my database communication. The application has a hierarchy of tabs where each tab has a db context. Each tab allows the user to view some ...
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What does “Stateful” means in Stateful ViewModel in MVVM

I was reading about some XAML patterns, and there was the Stateful ViewModel, according to what I read it has nothing different than what we as just the "ViewModel". Here's a description for example ...
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WPF and data in the cloud

I need to create a WPF app that users will use on one machine and the manager wishes to use at home in the evenings. I have already suggested a web app which they don't want to do so suggested hosting ...
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Hierarchical ViewModels and tracking IsDirty/PropertyChanged events

I have a set of ViewModels depicted like in the below picture. And, I have a couple of commands AcceptCommand, CancelCommand in the Top Level View Model that are bound to Apply, Cancel buttons ...
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Have I created a Big Ball of Mud?

I'm working on a WPF application, trying to stay strict in separating View, ViewModel and Model. My application has a few different views in a relatively flat hierarchy. There is one view for editing ...
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What's the best way to expose a Model object in a ViewModel?

In a WPF MVVM application, I exposed my model object into my viewModel by creating an instance of Model class (which cause dependency) into ViewModel. Instead of creating separate VM properties, I ...
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Choosing the right design pattern/architecture for a scenario

I have a situation, in which I would like your opinion about the best approach that I should take. Let's consider 10 classes (obj001, obj002 etc.) all which represent some business entities, and are ...
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Should UserControl's be Views in an XAML MVVM application (WPF or Store app)?

I am about to use Caliburn.Micro for a new XAML Store app (not sure what to call it nowadays - does not appear to be called a "Windows Store app" any longer). The documentation (see Simple Navigation ...
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Best style to use multiple custom UserControls in a Grid

I have the following: A MainWindow; with Children on the MainGrid in the MainWindow: ContentControl, displays the main content of the program and has a taskbar at the bottom for user interaction ...
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Switch Configuration of Several .Net Programs for Several Sections in a Simple Way

We build a highly configurable .Net Client/Server application. (Client is C#/WPF, Server is C#/WebService) There is a single code base, but each customer has its own 'profile'. The profile ...
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Software License for project using .NET and Sql Server Express

I considering making my application open source on github. I don't intend to sell it (neither in binary form nor source code form). It probably isn't even useful to a lot of people except maybe for ...
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Best method for async initialization of view model in MVVM pattern (WPF)

I'm working on a business application (C#, WPF, EF, MVVM). I need to load a bunch of items from database, create view models for them and put them in a window. Is there a way to create the view model ...
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Where to put Font and Control sizes in a ResourceDictionary structure?

I've begun to refactor our XAML Styles, Brushes, etc. into a proper directory and file structure and oriented on this organization example. While the article mentions where to put Styles and Brushes, ...
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Is there a better way to retrieve a ViewModel container starting from a Model?

I'm trying to figure out a more efficient method. To start, I have a viewmodel wrapping around a model. The model itself collectively becomes a tree. We'll call each model a Fragment: public class ...
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Should you register other services in ViewModelLocator in MVVM light?

I'm new to MVVM Light and SimpleIoC. My question is, should all the registration of view models and other services be done in the ViewModelLocator class? Or should ViewModelLocator be used only for ...
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Correct Command Management with IoC and MVVM

I have developed an MVVM framework that can be inherited by a project and used to back a new application. This application can then have plugins (like a CodeEditor for example) which automatically are ...
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Populate faked context for unit testing WPF ViewModels using entity framework

We're developing an entity framework based application which has about 20 different entities, with quite a lot of connections of various types (one-many, many-many etc) between them. Each entity also ...
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Better and cleanest way to bind a ICommand to a RelayCommand

By reading various source code, I see that there is different ways of binding an ICommand to a RelayCommand : From the constructor MyAwesomeViewModel() { this._fooCommand = new ...
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Encapsulate multiple properties into a single class to use as a custom DependencyProperty

My application is a WPF project implemented in C# .NET (4.5) using an MVVM architecture with no code-behind in the View. In order to eliminate the coupling between the View and the ViewModel I'm ...
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Coded UI test Automation Technique

How is coded UI testing technique more favorable than any other testing technique? What is the main advantage of using a coded UI test?
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does class reference itself static anti pattern in prism

I have an application and my desing approach look like this: class Manager { public int State; static Manager _instance = null; public static Manager Instance { get { return ...