Step 4: To register the Data Access service in the Io C, we need to register the Data Access Service class in it.
To do so, open the View Model Locator class, and add the following line: The namespace for the Data Access Service class must be used in the View Model Locator class.
For example, Model-View-Presenter (MVP) is suited for Windows Forms; Model-View-Controller (MVC) for ASP.
NET MVC; Model-View-View Model (MVVM) works well with WPF and so on.
For those interested, there’s a good article by Martin Fowler which explains the differences in these patterns over here.
XAML enables So C in WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone, and Windows 8 apps by separating the GUI of the application from the programming logic (coded in C #or VB. Model-View-View Model (MVVM) is a design pattern that addresses So C by allowing separation of your Business logic from the View (UI), which ultimately makes it easier to write unit tests and enables parallel development and design.
Step 5: Let’s implement the logic for reading all Employees from the table.