In the Box – MVVM Training
11 November 2010 - v1.0 initial release
12 November 2010 - v1.1 update (only required if you are having DateTimeParse errors)
1 December 2010 v1.2
Full and complete information can be found here:
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What is In the Box?
In the Box is a high quality, multi-media training that is consumed within Visual Studio 2010. Content is navigated and delivered using a next generation computer based training (CBT) experience, the Visual Studio 2010Feature Extension.
In the Box, is a brand name for a series of CBT Feature Extensions I’ll release that are listed in the Visual Studio 2010 Add New Project dialog; see below image. This release is MVVM Training, the next will be Prism Training.
In the Box features:
What is in this release of In the Box?
Please watch this video as it will answer most of your questions.
This installment of In the Box contains in-depth MVVM Training that includes an eleven assembly example solution with projects targeting developers at different levels of experience
Who is the target audience?
What are the requirements to install In the Box?
Visual Studio 2010 Professional, Premium, or Ultimate.
For those developers using Visual Studio 2010 Express or Visual Studio 2008, you can use the links in the below download section to download a .mht version of the content along with the sample solution source. The .mht file can be viewed in your browser by double clicking the file in Windows Explorer.
Please note: I have not tested this solution with the Express version.
Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 Users
In order to run Feature Builder on either XP or Server 2003 you must create an environment variable named LocalAppData (set by default on Windows Vista and Windows 7).
How to Add LOCALAPPDATA variable in Windows XP:
After I install it, how do I get started?
Open Visual Studio 2010; File, New Project, Visual C#, In the Box, MVVMTraining.