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Developer's Guide to Microsoft Prism

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Developer's Guide to Microsoft Prism
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Publisher: Microsoft Press
ISBN/ASIN: 073565610X
ISBN-13: 9780735656109
Number of pages: 382

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This guide provides everything you need to get started with Prism and to use it to create flexible, maintainable Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Microsoft Silverlight 4.0 applications that can evolve over time based on changing requirements.

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