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If you use MEF, you can simply export the view type with the specified name, as shown in the following code example.
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C# [Export("InboxView")] public partial class InboxView : UserControl
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During navigation, the specified view is instantiated, via the container or MEF, along with its corresponding view model and other dependent services and components. After the view is instantiated, it is added to the specified region and activated (activation is described in more detail later in this chapter).
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Note: The preceding description illustrates view-first navigation, where the URI refers to the name of the view type, as it is exported or registered with the container. With view-first navigation, the dependent view model is created as a dependency of the view. An alternative approach is to use view model first navigation, where the navigation URI refers to the name of the view model type, as it is exported or registered with the container. View model first navigation is useful when the view is defined as a data template, or when you want your navigation scheme to be defined independently of the views. The RequestNavigate method also allows you to specify a callback method, or a delegate, which will be called when navigation is complete, as shown in the following example.
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C# private void SelectedEmployeeChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { ... regionManager.RequestNavigate(RegionNames.TabRegion, "EmployeeDetails", NavigationCompleted); } private void NavigationCompleted(NavigationResult result) { ... }
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The NavigationResult class defines properties that provide information about the navigation operation. The Result property indicates whether or not navigation succeeded. If navigation failed, the Error property provides a reference to any exception that was thrown during navigation. The Context property provides access to the navigation URI and any parameters it contains, and a reference to the navigation service that coordinated the navigation operation. View and View Model Participation in Navigation Frequently, you will want the views and view models in your application to participate in navigation. The INavigationAware interface enables this. You can implement this interface on the view or (more commonly) the view model. By implementing this interface, your view or view model can choose to participate in the navigation process. Note: In the description that follows, although a reference is made to calls to this interface during navigation between views, the INavigationAware interface will be called during navigation whether it is implemented by the view or by the view model. During navigation, Prism checks to see whether the view implements the INavigation Aware interface, and if it does, it calls the required methods during navigation. Prism also checks to see whether the object set as the view s DataContext implements this interface, and if it does, it calls the required methods during navigation. This interface allows the view or view model to participate in a navigation operation. The INavigationAware interface defines three methods, as shown in the following example.
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C# public interface INavigationAware { bool IsNavigationTarget(NavigationContext navigationContext); void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationContext navigationContext); void OnNavigatedFrom(NavigationContext navigationContext); }
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The IsNavigationTarget method allows an existing (displayed) view or view model to indicate whether it is able to handle the navigation request. This is useful in cases in which you can reuse an existing view to handle the navigation operation or when you navigate to a view that already exists. For example, a view displaying customer information can be updated to display a different customer s information. For more information about using this method, see the section, Navigating to Existing Views, later in this chapter. The OnNavigatedFrom and OnNavigatedTo methods are called during a navigation operation. If the currently active view in the region implements this interface (or its view model), its OnNavigatedFrom method is called before navigation takes place. The OnNavigatedFrom method allows the previous view to save any state or to prepare for its deactivation or removal from the UI, for example, to save any changes that the user has made to a web service or database. If the newly created view implements this interface (or its view model), its On NavigatedTo method is called after navigation is complete. The OnNavigatedTo method allows the newly displayed view to initialize itself, potentially using any parameters passed to it on the navigation URI. For more information, see the next section, Passing Parameters During Navigation. After the new view is instantiated, initialized, and added to the target region, it becomes the active view, and the previous view is deactivated. In some situations, you may want the deactivated view to be removed from the region. Prism provides the IRegion MemberLifetime interface, which allows you to control the lifetime of views in regions by letting you specify whether deactivated views are to be removed from the region or simply marked as deactivated. The following code example uses the IRegionMember Lifetime interface used to determine if a view should be removed.
C# public class EmployeeDetailsViewModel : IRegionMemberLifetime { public bool KeepAlive { get { return true; } } }
The IRegionMemberLifetime interface defines a single read-only property, Keep Alive. If this property returns false, the view is removed from the region when it is deactivated. Because the region no longer has a reference to the view, it then becomes eligible for garbage collection (unless some other component in your application maintains a
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