Basic Configuration, Actions and Conventions. Open Visual Studio and create. Cheat Sheet. This serves as a quick guide to the most frequently used. All About Actions. We briefly introduced actions in Pt. 1, but there is so much.

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The bootstrapper is the most important class in the application. Naturally this will involve cocumentation lot of breaking changes as I move forward. It also sets the DataContext to the same value, since you often want these two things to be the same.

This is the simplest construct to understand. If you are transitioning away from a screen, it makes sure it gets deactivated. Caliburn Micro expects a particular naming convention. Notice the use microo the Bind. Composition ; using System.

You could inherit from a TabControl and implement an IScreenConductor interface and build all the logic directly in the control. Because certain combinations are so common, we have some convenience interfaces and base classes:.

Caliburn micro is small yet powerful framework, designed for building WPF applications. Assuming the current ActiveItem can close, the conductor will then push it through the deactivation stage of the lifecycle, passing true to the Deactivate method to indicate that the view model should also be closed.


It indicates whether or not the activation was successful.

It is visually represented by the Window Chrome, Header and bottom Dock. This fixed all the problems I was having and I was able to compile and run the code at that point. In the Package Manager Console window run the command to install the Caliburn. Part A — Basic Caliburn. Dependency Injection is actually a pattern typically using the container element instead of manual service mapping.

Simple IoC Container

Attach declarations specify which event should send the message. OneActive as our base class. Possibly one of the coolest features of this sample is how we control application shutdown. AttemptingDeactivation, which should be raised before deactivation and Deactivated which should be raised after deactivation. In part 2 I will describe more advanced usage of the Caliburn Micro. This is also a place to put view model logic which may be dependent on the presence of a view even though you may not be working with the view directly.

Target handler that is capable of invoking the specified doocumentation. This turns out to be a very powerful feature. Micro should be able to locate your view. Privately, a lover of travel.


There is a lot of other Xaml surrounding this to form the chrome of the CustomerWorkspaceView, but the content region is the most noteworthy part of the view. TryClose — Call this method to close the screen. What this all means is that you will probably inherit most of your view models from either PropertyChangedBase or Screen.

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As I mentioned above, once you introduce lifecycle, you need something to enforce it. ScreenCollection could be a custom collection with special logic for maintaining the active screen, or it could just be a simple IList. MainViewModel it looks for a View called So.

Finally, it will set the ActiveItem property on the conductor and raise the appropriate events. Rather than enforcing the use of IScreen, each docmuentation the conductor implementations is generic, with eocumentation constraints on the type. This is the role of the ScreenConductor.