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Microsoft Ribbon for WPF

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF

I downloaded the new Microsoft Ribbon for WPF and installed it in VS2010. The only examples of  the ribbon control that I have is the Checkbook sample that descibed the older release of the ribbon. However, the code for that example uses a lot of COde Behind that is probably not desirable in WPF. Where can I get some examples of how the code should be structured in WPF. I think that the new ribbon is supposed to be optimised for the MVVM framework, but I am ignorant of how that works. So, is there a reference addressing how to use MVVM with the Ribbon?


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