By Buddy James
Pro XAML with C#: software improvement Strategies is your advisor to real-world improvement practices on Microsoft’s XAML-based systems, with examples in WPF, home windows 8.1, and home windows telephone 8.1. the right way to adequately plan and architect an program on a number of of those systems for a powerful, scalable solution.
In half I, authors Buddy James and Lori Lalonde introduce you to XAML and show confirmed innovations for constructing profitable line-of-business functions. You’ll additionally learn about a number of the conflicting wishes and pursuits that you just could come upon as an company XAML developer.
Part II starts to put the basis that can assist you competently architect your software, supplying you with a deeper realizing of domain-driven layout and the Model-View-ViewModel layout trend. additionally, you will find out about right exception dealing with and logging strategies, and the way to hide your code with unit checks to minimize insects and validate your design.
Part III explores implementation and deployment information for every of Microsoft’s XAML UIs, in addition to recommendation on deploying and retaining your program throughout various units utilizing model keep an eye on repositori
es and non-stop integration.
Pro XAML with C#: software improvement Strategies is for intermediate to skilled builders seeking to increase their expert perform. Readers must have adventure operating with C# and at the very least one XAML-based expertise (WPF, Silverlight, home windows shop, or home windows Phone).
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You create these operations as methods that belong to classes called domain services. Domain services are often used to orchestrate operations that involve one or more entities. These service objects contain methods that represent actions that work with multiple domain objects to accomplish an activity specified in the model. 34 Chapter 3 ■ Domain-Driven Design When it comes to domain services, you must be careful that you don’t get lazy. For example, instead of identifying an activity as a behavior or responsibility of an entity or value object, you simply create a service.
Your design should ensure that the domain layer is pure and consists only of classes that represent the business domain in which you are modeling. 39 Chapter 4 ■ Design Patterns Infrastructure Layer Finally, the infrastructure layer is the “low-level” code that you will find in most applications. This is where you keep the “plumbing” of the application. The infrastructure layer will contain data access, logging, exception handling, caching, MSMQ, performance metrics, code to send e-mails, and classes to support interaction with other software systems and API libraries.
This will give you some insight on how the ICommand bindings are used. As you can see, Listing 4-7 illustrates a view that defines the user interface of the example. Listing 4-8 provides an ICommand implementation that provides the logic to add two numbers on the view model. The implementation will also provide change notification to all bound user interface controls. Finally, in Listing 4-9, you have a view model, which provides properties to be bound to the view. The “Add numbers” button is bound to the command implementation in the view model.