With C# and Async integration in the language, you’ll wonder how this fits in your current application infrastructure. I have started porting an old application into Silverlight 5.0 which comes with new C# 5.0 and Async features and I needed a way to integrate this with the Calibrun framework I had in place. Continue reading

This is the 3rd part of the series where in previous post we saw how to develop WPF applications using Caliburn Framework. In this post, we’ll see some more advanced usage where our shell instead of being just limited to displaying single view at a time, can have multiple ones in a Tabbed user interface. Continue reading

Caliburn is an application framework for WPF / Silverlight. If you’re developing applications for these platforms, there are many reasons why you definitely need to be using this framework, but today, I noticed how using this framework resulted writing less code while doing more. Continue reading

In this part of the tutorial, we’ll enhance our shell view to display other presenters and add Save and Print support for presenters supporting it. You can use generalize this example and learn how to implement generic features in your shell. Continue reading

Caliburn or Prism

I was using Caliburn framework on a pet project of mine for the last couple of weeks. At some point of time, when I merged my custom made styles, application did not open views anymore, complaining something is wrong with my styles. I spent a lot of time to figure out what is wrong, but found nothing, except if I do NOT use custom styles everything is working fine (Maybe that IS a proof of my styles having some error!). Continue reading

For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been busy trying to figure out how Caliburn MVP framework works. If you’re in WPF world and you don’t know what Caliburn is, you definitely need to take a look. It is a MPV framework for creating Composite WPF applications. Continue reading

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Hadi Eskandari

Developer, amateur photographer, coffee snob, husband and father.