Prism is a fully open source version of the Prism guidance originally produced by Microsoft Patterns & Practices. Prism provides an implementation of a collection of design patterns that are helpful in writing well structured, maintainable, and testable XAML applications, including MVVM, dependency injection, commanding, event aggregation, and more. Prism's core functionality is a shared library targeting the .NET Framework and .NET Standard. Features that need to be platform specific are implemented in the respective libraries for the target platform (WPF, Uno Platform, and Xamarin Forms).
Prism.Wpf helps you more easily design and build rich, flexible, and easy to maintain Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) desktop applications. This library provides user interface composition as well as modularity support.
Install-Package Prism.Wpf -Version 126.96.36.1999
dotnet add package Prism.Wpf --version 188.8.131.529
<PackageReference Include="Prism.Wpf" Version="184.108.40.2069" />
paket add Prism.Wpf --version 220.127.116.119
#r "nuget: Prism.Wpf, 18.104.22.1689"
// Install Prism.Wpf as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Prism.Wpf&version=22.214.171.1249 // Install Prism.Wpf as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Prism.Wpf&version=126.96.36.1999
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GitHub repositories (20)
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OptiKey - Full computer control and speech with your eyes
Video game library manager with support for wide range of 3rd party libraries and game emulation support, providing one unified interface for your games.
Audio player which tries to make organizing and listening to music as simple and pretty as possible.
Samples that demonstrate how to use various Prism features with WPF
Makes life working with units of measurement just a little bit better.