Caliburn.Micro v1.5.1

Rating:        Based on 6 ratings
Reviewed:  5 reviews
Downloads: 3381
Change Set: 27e36371e2cf
Released: Mar 22, 2013
Updated: Mar 22, 2013 by EisenbergEffect
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

v1.5.1 - Service release that fixes some package problems and WP7 runtime generics issues.

Packages Available on Nuget

  • Caliburn.Micro – The full framework compiled into an assembly.
  • Caliburn.Micro.Start - Includes Caliburn.Micro plus a starting bootstrapper, view model and view.
  • Caliburn.Micro.Container – The Caliburn.Micro inversion of control container (IoC); source code drop-in.
  • Caliburn.Micro.EventAggregator – The Caliburn.Micro event aggregator; source drop-in.
  • Caliburn.Micro.INPC – The Caliburn.Micro INPC infrastructure: PropertyChangedBase, BindableCollection, Execute.OnUIThread and InDesignMode checking; source drop-in.

Reviews for this release

     
I have used Caliburn in a couple of banking applications - one project is Silverlight and the other is WPF. I am pushing and promoting it as the standard MVVM framework within the bank I have also used it in my personal WinRT app again with no issues Well done and thanks to all those who wrote and contribute to this fantastic framework
by Ihab7 on Jun 4, 2013 at 2:16 PM
     
I have created two windows store applications named "Movies 8" and "Series 8" using Caliburn.Micro as primary MVVM pattern and they are now available to download [free] from windows store. I have also included a link (see Settings) to my SkyDrive with full C# source code project for VS2012. I would like to thank all personal who have worked in Caliburn.Micro project that is a great framework.
by robjuca on May 23, 2013 at 3:29 PM
     
Thanks for the awesome gift :)
by rohits79 on May 22, 2013 at 11:35 AM
     
Thanks all Caliburn Micro developers.
by AlexJustin on Apr 22, 2013 at 8:39 AM
     
My first deep dive into MVVM with WPF was a complete success thank to this framework. Very easy to work with and the EventAggregator is awesome. Thank you!
by bdeem on Apr 2, 2013 at 6:56 PM