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    Sejuuk posted on Apr 16, 2022 7:25:34 AM - Report post
     
    Hello! My curiosity finally got the best of me, and I was hoping I could engage with the community with regards to the technologies involved in Aurora's development.

    I have learned a while back that Aurora employs WPF for its presentation layer. I am curious to learn if Aurora was designed using the MVVM pattern?

    I have been working with WPF and the MVVM design pattern for about 5 years now, and the programmers that came before me didn't do a very good job designing the ViewModels. My company has charged me with establishing what I assume marketing has coined as a "true architectural framework" that leverages the MVVM pattern. While I understand the words individually, I can tell that management just wants the product to function more consistently and with greater reliability. No easy feat considering this "product" is supposed to be a full-fledged ERP software system, but I digress.

    Aurora functions so well with nice, fluid asynchronous actions. As silly as it may sound, Aurora has become something of an inspiration to me as I design this overhaul. I want to learn. 🙂
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    0x90 posted on Apr 16, 2022 2:47:44 PM - Report post
     
    It mostly uses MVVM yes.
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    ravendiscord posted on Apr 25, 2022 6:49:09 PM - Report post
     
    Just wanted to take the moment to say Aurora = sliced bread. The team of people responsible for the software masterpiece has gained my loyalty. Back into the shadows with me. I'll post again in another decade.



    [Edited by ravendiscord, 4/25/2022 6:49:23 PM]
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    PWizard posted on Apr 26, 2022 11:45:27 AM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by ravendiscord

    Just wanted to take the moment to say Aurora = sliced bread. The team of people responsible for the software masterpiece has gained my loyalty. Back into the shadows with me. I'll post again in another decade.



    [Edited by ravendiscord, 4/25/2022 6:49:23 PM]

    Thanks @ravendiscord -- means a lot to us. I hope you're not a stranger and that we hear from you more often!

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    Sejuuk posted on May 02, 2022 12:23:16 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by 0x90

    It mostly uses MVVM yes.

    Are there any tips you can share that might help me orchestrate asynchronous code as smoothly as you've managed to make it in Aurora? I write in C# if that matters.

    I'm struggling to achieve that level of UX.

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