2013-01-12

Caliburn.Micro Reference Guide

This is just a handy reference for articles on Calburn.Micro. I'll keep this updated with references that I find handy, so the content will change over time.

Calburn.Micro site on CodePlex. This is where caliburn.micro is hosted. You can get the files from NuGet, but you can also download them here, as well as get the sources.

Rob Eisenberg's (the architect of Caliburn.Micro) Soup to Nuts series of articles on Calburn.Micro. These are located in two places: On the CodePlex site and on Rob's blog. They are slightly different (Rob's blog is older and static) and the comments in reply to the posts are different as well.

CodePlex

Pt. 1 – Configuration, Actions and Conventions
Pt. 2 – Customizing The Bootstrapper
Pt. 3 – All About Actions
Pt. 4 – Working with Windows Phone 7
Pt. 5 – IResult and Coroutines
Part 6a – Screens, Conductors and Composition
Part 6b – Simple Navigation with Conductors
Part 6c – Simple MDI with Screen Collections
Part 6d – A “Billy Hollis” Hybrid Shell
Part 7 - All About Conventions
Part 8–The EventAggregator
Part 9–New WP7 Features

Rob's Blog

Pt. 1 – Configuration, Actions and Conventions
Pt. 2 – Customizing The Bootstrapper
Pt. 3 – All About Actions
Pt. 4 – Working with Windows Phone 7
Pt. 5 – IResult and Coroutines
Part 6a – Screens, Conductors and Composition
Part 6b – Simple Navigation with Conductors
Part 6c – Simple MDI with Screen Collections
Part 6d – A “Billy Hollis” Hybrid Shell
Part 7 - All About Conventions
Part 8–The EventAggregator
Part 9–New WP7 Features

Sony Arouje's An Introduction to Caliburn.Micro articles: Part1, Part2,

The Cocktail Happy Hour tutorial. This is talking about Cocktail, which is an environment built on top of Caliburn.Micro. However, this tutorial is almost completely about Caliburn.Micro, not Cocktail.

A tip by on adding Design Time Support to a Caliburn.Micro in the ViewModel, essentially adding data while designing your View.

Josh Earl's Databinding a selected list item with Caliburn.Micro. Rob Eisenberg's comment at the end is especially helpful.
Small little note on using the WindowManager, with the differences between ShowDialog(), ShowPopup(), and ShowWindow().

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