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A small, yet powerful framework designed for WPF, Silverlight and WP7. It implements a variety of UI patterns for solving real-world problems. Patterns that are highlighted include MVVM (Presentation Model), MVP and MVC.
Caliburn is a framework designed to aid in the development of WPF and Silverlight applications. It implements a variety of UI patterns that are geared towards solving problems encountered in real-world scenarios. Some patterns that are enabled by the framework include MVC, MVP, Presentation Model ... [More]
The framework enables developers to leverage the power of object-oriented design as the basis for creating powerful applications. Business objects based on CSLA automatically gain many advanced features that simplify the creation of Windows Forms, Web Forms, WPF, WCF, WF and Web Services interfaces. ... [More]
Witty is a Twitter client for Windows Vista and XP that is powered by the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). Witty includes the following functionalities: * View recent Twitter statuses from the people you follow (auto-refreshing) * View recent replies to you * View a ... [More]
TEAM's TimeTracker is an attempt to provide people who spend their work time in front of a PC with a simple and unintrusive way to keep track of their time usage. There are some other similar applications out there, but TEAM's TimeTracker claims to be the simpler and less intrusive. Try it ... [More]
Catel is a brand new framework (or enterprise library, just use whatever you like) with data handling, diagnostics, logging, WPF controls, and an MVVM Framework. So, Catel is more than "just" another MVVM Framework or some nice Extension Methods that can be used. It's more like a ... [More]
This is a project on Ohloh which has been retained for its historic value. For the "now current" project, including the latest source code, issue tracking and documentation please refer to http://www.ohloh.net/p/mubox, we 'forked' on ohloh because we lost the original source code ... [More]