Yesterday, I finally added my Castle Windsor’s Adapter for Prism under CompositeWPFContrib project. To download the complete source plus unit tests go to the project’s page here. Wiki page on how to use Windsor adapter with Prism is also being created. Continue reading

The other day, I was working on the WPF application that I’m spending my spare time with. I’ve been trying to make improvements to startup time of the application’s cold-start. With all the improvements done, I thought it’d be a good idea to add a splash screen and show the user about the loading progress. Continue reading

I’ve became one of the developers on CompositeWPF Contrib project. I will add my Windsor adapter which lets you choose Castle Windsor dependency injection container when you’re working with CompositeWPF (formerly Prism). Hopefully, you can download the new extension directly from the project’s page on Codeplex. Later I’ll add some more samples and demo projects to the code base. Continue reading

In my previous post, I discussed how I had to move to Prism. The problem was that I had a code base which I now should use Unity container instead of Windsor. I had a look at the drop provided by P&P team that uses Windsor container, but the source code used is from an older version, So, I had to do it myself. Actually, it is relatively easy to use other containers with Prism. 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

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Hadi Eskandari

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