First steps with Caliburn Micro in Windows Phone 8 – The complete series

This post is simply a collector of all the blog posts I wrote about using Caliburn Micro, a very powerfull Model-View-ViewModel framework, in Windows Phone 8. The posts are listed in chronological order, so it will be easier for you to follow the logic path of the posts: from the basic concepts (what’s Caliburn, conventions, etc.) to the most complex stuff (tombstoning, collections, messaging).

This list will be published also at the bottom of every post of the series, so that it will be easier for you to jump from a post to another.

Here we go!

  1. The theory
  2. The first project
  3. Actions
  4. Collections and navigation
  5. Tombstoning
  6. Advanced navigation and deep links
  7. Messaging
  8. Using launchers and choosers
  9. Use your own services
  10. The Application Bar
  11. Pivot
  12. Lazy loading with pivot
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4 Responses to First steps with Caliburn Micro in Windows Phone 8 – The complete series

  1. Enzo Contini says:

    You missed in the list the “First steps in Caliburn Micro with Windows Phone 8 – How to manage different DataContext” that you post after (
    23 April 2013)

    … may it could be useful to have the link on that also listed here to complete the serie!

    πŸ˜‰

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