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Showing posts with label Busy Indicator. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Busy Indicator. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Showing a busy indicator per view in Silverlight using MVVM

When using Silverlight, everything is asynchronous. It seems to be the trend, the same goes for Windows 8. This means that you will need to inform the user about progress in the background. Silverlight uses the BusyIndicator for this behavior. Using MVVM, it might be a bit harder to implement the BusyIndicator in a correct way, but Catel provides the IPleaseWaitService for years which can be mocked easily during test scenarios.

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