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Ok so I had a quick mess about with it and tutofial look on the Mui forums and this seems to be the best approach:. Since the window loads content from URLs you need to take a view-first approach, and then locate the appropriate VM and bind tuotrial two.
The best way to do this appears to be via the ContentLoader class which is used to load the content into the ModernWindow when it is requested. You can just subclass DefaultContentLoader and provide the necessary CM magic to bind up loaded items:.
Matthias 1 2 8. I’d imagine since ModernUI looks like a collection of controls that you would just need to add the conventions for each control in the toolkit. The only difference would be that CM uses ChildWindow for most of it’s window management, and you’d probably want to replace this with ModernWindow in your implementation. I think you would probably only need to provide your own implementation for WindowManager and specifically EnsureWindow method caliburnmicro.
Well, after having a look, it looks to be more complex than that. I think that providing your own WindowManager implementation might not be the best idea since all popups would also implement the ModernWindow class.
Also it looks like it loads content dynamically based on resource URLs and therefore a viewmodel-first approach would probably not work.
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Ok so I had a quick mess about with it and a look on the Mui forums and this seems to be the best approach: You can just subclass DefaultContentLoader and provide the necessary CM magic to bind up loaded items: Hey Charleh, thanks again for your answer.
There is one problem left: In the ContentLoader, when the ViewLocator looks for the matching viewmodel, it always returns null and no Binding ist done. Charleh, could you upload your titorial sample source somewhere? Charleh, great instruction, thanks!
But I can’t figure out how to open new popup windows using this combination. I tried to modify WindowManager as shown here but had no success.
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