Stephen A. Fuqua (SAF) is a Bahá'í, software developer, and conservation and interfaith advocate in the DFW area of Texas.

Reggie Converted to Use Caliburn Micro, Ninject

April 17, 2012

Reggie, my regular expression testing application, has been rebuilt in the Caliburn Micro framework, using Ninject for Inversion of Control and MoQ to round out the unit tests.

Now that I've learned something about WPF, and that "out of the box" it is not entirely trivial to work with, it seemed worthwhile to rebuild the app using a standard framework, viz Caliburn Micro. The Mindscape Blog offers a friendlier CM tutorial than the one on the project's website.

In addition, I simplified the architecture by removing the separate business layer. The business logic is so light that it is not worth the effort (20 lines!). I will refactor if doing so provides a real benefit.

[Reggie v0.2]

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