Creating Modularity with WPF, Prism and Unity: Listing 2.

Raising the PropertyChanged event.

class CustListVM : ICustListVM, 
  private ObservableCollection<Customer> custs = 
             new ObservableCollection<Customer>();
  public ObservableCollection<Customer> Customers 
      return custs;
      custs = value;

  public event 
  private void RaisePropertyChangedEvent(string propertyName)
    if (PropertyChanged != null)
        new System.ComponentModel.

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Peter Vogel is a system architect and principal in PH&V Information Services. PH&V provides full-stack consulting from UX design through object modeling to database design. Peter tweets about his VSM columns with the hashtag #vogelarticles. His blog posts on user experience design can be found at

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