Samples that demonstrate how to use various Prism features with Xamarin.Forms.
Learn feature by feature how to use Prism in your apps!
|1||Prism Navigation||How to use Prism's Uri based navigation to reset the navigation stack, or add pages Modally or Non-Modally|
|2||Registering Services||How to use IContainerRegistry to register services to act as Singletons or Transients within your application.|
|3||Platform Specific Services||How to use Prism to auto inject platform specific dependencies that are registered with the IPlatformInitializer.|
|4||Delegate Commands||How to use DelegateCommands and ObservesCanExecute|
|4.1||Composite Commands||How to use CompositeCommands to invoke commands in multiple unrelated ViewModels from a single interaction.|
|5||Event Aggregator||How to use the IEventAggregator to raise and listen to events. This shows how to use a simple event with a primitive type payload, generic event with payload <T>, and event with custom EventArgs. It also demonstrated how to subscribe to events published in Xamarin.Forms inside native code.|
|6||Page Dialog Service||How to use the IPageDialogService to display alerts and action sheets from within your ViewModels.|
|7||Dialog Service||How to use the DialogService to provide highly customizable experiences within your application.|
|8||Tabbed Navigation||coming soon|
|9||Master Detail||How to use a master detail page with a content page and a tabbed page as children|
|10||Modules||How to use Prism modularization to separate the application logic using IModule, IModuleManager, ModuleCatalog.|
|11||Module Dependency||coming soon|
|13||ViewModel Initialization||How to properly use
|14||EventToCommandBehavior||How to use the
|17||XamlNavigation||How to do Prism navigation from within Xaml|
|18||DeviceService||How to use Prism's IDeviceService to get the device's runtime and idiom.|
|19||NavigationMode||How to use the NavigationMode enum to only act on something when navigating back to a view|
|20||Confirm Navigation||coming soon|
|Popups Plugin||Quite often you may find that a Modal page just doesn't cut it. A very popular option is to use Rg.Plugins.Popup. Because this is a 3rd party plugin it requires the use of Prism.Plugins.Popup. This sample shows how to use both Popup Pages for the Dialog Service and with Prism's Navigation Service.|
|Logging with App Center||coming soon|
|Logging with Syslog||coming soon|
|Logging with Loggly||Walks you through using the Logging Plugin with Loggly for Syslog or Http|
|Using Shiny Lib + Prism||coming soon|
|Using ReactiveUI + Prism||coming soon|
|Prism Forms Gallery||Prism.Forms Gallery demonstrates a number of Prism and Prism.Forms features all in a single app. The goal of this gallery is to make it easy to learn, share, teach, test, and use the material in your presentations and talks.|
|Contoso Cookbook||Contoso Cookbook is a classic Microsoft sample recipe app; first adapted for Xamarin.Forms by Jeff Prosise in 2015 and now updated to use Prism for Xamarin.Forms. Demonstrates how to use a TabbedPage with a DataTemplate for the tabs, and a ListView with DataTemplate for the recipe list on each tab; for a clean professional-looking UI.|
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