Creating a modular application using Prism V2 - Screencast 2/4 : Visual Composition

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In this 4 part series, Bob Brumfield and Erwin van der Valk from patterns and practices shows you how to build a modular application using the recently released Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight - February 2009 (also known as Prism V2).  

Part 2. Visual Composition:

This webcast demonstrates how to create placeholders for views and how to load views into them. 

For Part 3 of 4: Implementing views and services

Bob Brumfield and Erwin van der Valk are both Software Development Engineers at Microsoft patterns & practices and have both worked on the Prism V2 project.

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      dvanderboom

      I'm glad you're doing videos of these, but I'm disappointed by the quality of the video.  It's very difficult to read.

      Also, I get an exception when following along.  I'm doing so in a Silverlight Business Application project.  I created a ContentControl with the RegionManager.RegionName attached property value of 'TestRegion'.

      An exception occurred while creating a region with name 'TestRegion'. The exception was: System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundException: controlType
         at Microsoft.Practices.Composite.Presentation.Regions.RegionAdapterMappings.GetMapping(Type controlType)
         at Microsoft.Practices.Composite.Presentation.Regions.Behaviors.DelayedRegionCreationBehavior.CreateRegion(DependencyObject targetElement, String regionName).

      Any ideas what might be happening?

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      MCSean

      there are download options for better video quality.

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      Prakash

      Please send me the source code of this project

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      tzvi

      can't understand the text!!  in the video.very  low quality of the video
       

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