Good to know that there is a dedicated community for PRISM. Its a great framework, I’ve been using it for the last 5 years and its made life so much easier being able to compose the User Interface as separate components and inject them where needed.
It would have been nice for Microsoft to continue development of it but i understand what they are trying to achieve through handing it over to a dedicated community.
Fingers crossed that PRISM continues to grow and mature, and lets hope that they make integration with other IoC Containers such as Unity and Castle Windsor a lot easier 🙂
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