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Avatar BillHenn on 2010-06-22

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Uses attached properties in WPF or Silverlight to loosely couple UI element events to arbitrary code.
"Are you using the MVVM pattern? Are you binding ICommands to your button-based controls and handling the events in your view model? Have you seen the RelayCommand? It's pretty cool, and I like that it lets you enable/disable your buttons by implementing a CanExecute predicate. Although I'm not trying to discourage you from using the ICommand approach to loose-coupling, you may however want to use (or maybe just learn about) another option. This article is my first contribution to the community. I've created what I think is a nifty class and I'd like to share it with everyone. Perhaps someone will find it useful."
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