Understanding the Value of Prism (Silverlight TV #37)
- Posted: Jul 22, 2010 at 9:00AM
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In this episode, Brian Noyes discusses strategies for building Silverlight business applications. Brian is an advisor working with the Patterns and Practices team on the current and future versions of Prism. John and Brian discuss what Prism is, when to
use it, when not to use it, and how to pick and choose which parts of Prism may be of most value to your application.
Prism is made up of various parts including modularity, regions, the shell, commanding, events/messaging. Brian explains and demonstrates how each of these concepts is tackled by Prism 2.2 and some possible future plans for Prism 4. We'll do some follow up shows on Prism and on MVVM later this summer, too!