Silverlight service reference not updating
Cinch has 2 active releases Cinch is not meant for creating modular UIs, like PRISM, but it does offer a great many other features that are comparable with PRISM such as PRISM Event Aggregator == Cinch Mediator PRISM UI Service location == Cinch UI Services And to some extent PRISM Regions == Cinch Workspaces, though I have to say PRISM regions are excellent, however with Cinch V2 you can also use PRISM v4 (which is MEF based) regions/modules with ease. Cinch V1 is a VS2008 solution which only supported WPF, and was aimed at doing MVVM in a View Model 1st approach here is a diagram that may help to cement the list above: And here is a screen shot of it the demo app that went with Cinch V1 Where it used Entity Framework to use with a simple search type UI, and it demonstrates validation/editing of object, cancelling edits, messaging using the Mediator Cinch originally started as a codeproject atricle, and people asked me to move the code to codeplex, which I did, but all the documentation is available on codeproject and that should be used as main source of information regarding Cinch.
I will maintain a set of links here, which point to codeproject.
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