Adventures in Ruby MVVM – Wrapping it up

September 26th, 2010

More Adventures in MVVM Source code for the RubyMVVM playground on BitBucket It has been quite a while since I blogged.  Actually, I was just about to sit down to write this blog post about 7 weeks ago when my wife went into labor.  Soon afterwards, she gave birth to our second child -- a son named Eli Hecker Genisio Read More...

Adventures in Ruby MVVM – Bootstrapping Ruby

July 7th, 2010

More Adventures in MVVM In this post, I want to discuss how I am loading the ViewModels into the View.  When I write my Views, I like to use the tools I have available to me; Visual Studio and/or Expression Blend.  This means that I want a Visual Studio project and I want to be able to use these tools to create new views quickly Read More...

Adventures in Ruby MVVM – A ViewModel Base Class in Ruby

June 19th, 2010

More Adventures in MVVM In my last post, I talked about how to fire events from Ruby code such that .Net code can subscribe and receive them.  I showed a simple implementation of INotifyPropertyChanged; the interface that is essential to MVVM development in WPF and Silverlight. With that out of the way, I am moving forward to start building a simple ViewModel base class in Ruby that will let me declare notifiable properties with as little ceremony as possible Read More...

Adventures in Ruby MVVM – Firing Events from Ruby

June 14th, 2010

More Adventures in MVVM My Experiment: Can I move over to Ruby as my primary programming language when developing WPF and Silverlight applications?  I have been playing around with what it would mean to use Ruby to write my ViewModels, which would also make it easier to incorporate models using Ruby Read More...