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Some interesting Delphi MVVM posts…

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/02/18

Via [WayBack] We kick off a week of MVVM with an introduction of the Model-View-ViewModel pattern and how data binding is used to realize it. – Erik van Bilsen – Google+:

I wrote (and gave a few conference talks) about DSharp before, so the above is very interesting.

–jeroen

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2 Responses to “Some interesting Delphi MVVM posts…”

  1. Alexandre Machado said

    It is a nice way to make Delphi productivity as low as WPF/C#

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