I started checking out the new Silverlight 4 Beta this week and the most important feature (for me) added to this release : FlowDirection. If you’re not a WPF guy, this is the equivalent of RightToLeft in WinForm world.
This is the first part of the series I'll be posting about how to create a composite application with WPF. Along the way, we'll use best practices and frameworks.
In the first part, we learned how to create a basic composite UI with Cliburn Framework. In this part we'll see how Presenters play their part and how we do binding.