Creating an Object Model for a Windows Application - Part 1
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by Brian Mains
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General UI Concept

The concept at the UI level is pretty simple; any change, either through clicking, moving, dragging, or some other movement, will generate a change to the object model.  When the object model changes, the UI responds to its events and the change is made.  This seems like overkill, but the benefits are unit testing, customization capabilities, and the rich API.  I will focus on the UI in another article, as it is a complicated subject.

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Date: 2008-01-25 4:41:03 AM
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