ASP.NET_MVVM_Excalibur 1.1.8.8

ASP.NET MVVM Excalibur

A new Data-Binding Expression like WPF MVVM is applied in ASP.NET Web Form.

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Install-Package ASP.NET_MVVM_Excalibur -Version 1.1.8.8
dotnet add package ASP.NET_MVVM_Excalibur --version 1.1.8.8
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MVVM is a pattern that is used while dealing with views in WPF technology. and we call "WPF MVVM" for it.
In ASP.NET Web Form, we are disturbed about data-processing that is depending on view.
For independence of data-processing and view,we use data-binding pattern on ASP.NET Web Form.
Values of views are binding to specified parameters .Values are assigned automatically according to their parameters during processing data in a program.

MVVM is a pattern that is used while dealing with views in WPF technology. and we call "WPF MVVM" for it.
In ASP.NET Web Form, we are disturbed about data-processing that is depending on view.
For independence of data-processing and view,we use data-binding pattern on ASP.NET Web Form.
Values of views are binding to specified parameters .Values are assigned automatically according to their parameters during processing data in a program.

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Version History

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1.1.9 55 12/2/2018
1.1.8.9 131 7/4/2018
1.1.8.8 105 6/25/2018
1.1.8.6 124 5/7/2018
1.1.8.5 237 4/28/2018
1.1.8.4 196 1/6/2018
1.1.8.2 227 6/18/2017
1.1.8.1 234 2/26/2017
1.1.8 303 9/28/2016
1.1.7.6 196 9/24/2016
1.1.7.5 200 9/17/2016
1.1.7.4 220 7/30/2016
1.1.7.2 270 7/23/2016
1.1.7.1 230 5/14/2016
1.1.6.9 275 4/1/2016
1.1.6.8 252 3/18/2016
1.1.6.7 224 3/12/2016
1.1.6.6 280 2/13/2016
1.1.5.4 293 9/13/2015
1.1.5.3 340 7/2/2015
1.1.5.2 308 4/13/2015
1.1.5.1 282 4/11/2015
1.1.5 347 3/10/2015
1.1.4.9 273 3/9/2015
1.1.4.8 343 3/7/2015
1.1.4.2 382 10/3/2014
1.1.4.1 479 8/11/2014
1.1.3.9 705 4/2/2014
1.1.3.6 345 3/8/2014
1.1.3.5 330 2/28/2014
1.1.3.3 364 12/20/2013
1.1.3 403 11/27/2013
1.1.2.7 335 11/22/2013
1.1.2.6 337 11/5/2013
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1.1.2.2 524 10/12/2013
1.1.2.1 338 10/10/2013
1.1.1.8 335 10/6/2013
1.1.1.5 337 9/25/2013
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1.1.1 616 7/13/2013
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1.1.0 452 3/5/2013
1.0.9.9 397 3/2/2013
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1.0.9.6 408 1/19/2013
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1.0.9.4 395 1/17/2013
1.0.9.3 409 1/6/2013
1.0.9.2 408 12/28/2012
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1.0.9 442 9/15/2012
1.0.8.9 484 7/4/2012
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1.0.8.7 477 5/1/2012
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1.0.8.5 450 4/23/2012
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1.0.7.9 473 3/22/2012
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1.0.7.6 457 3/13/2012
1.0.7.4 462 3/9/2012