Article about MVC, Unit Testing, and WPF

I just spent all day writing and publishing an article about using MVC to create modular and unit test-friendly WPF applications. It is based on the demo app I showed at the WPF Bootcamp. Here is the link, in case you are interested in tackling this monster of an article:



14 Responses to Article about MVC, Unit Testing, and WPF

  1. Sarafian Alex says:

    I read your article and I found it great.

    Thanks for your time.

  2. Josh Smith says:

    Thanks Sarafian Alex. I appreciate the feedback. 🙂

  3. TJ says:

    Whats goin on with codeproject… can you guys see the site?

  4. Josh Smith says:


    No, I can’t see the article now either. I have already sent an email to Chris Maunder, the site’s webmaster.


  5. TJ says:

    Ok good to know its not just me. Thanks.

  6. Josh Smith says:

    I am able to see the article now. It looks like the CodeProject hamsters took a five minute coffee break, but they’re back on their wheels now. 🙂


  7. TJ says:

    Yea or it was their iPaq cluster that went down.. 🙂

  8. Josh Smith says:

    😀 Could be…

  9. Roger says:

    Josh, I enjoyed your presentation at WPF Bootcamp and speaking with you at the reception. Thanks.

  10. Josh Smith says:

    Thanks Roger. I’m glad we had the chance to meet.


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