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Prism for Xamarin.Forms 6.3 Preview with Improved Template .
Technology has always been known to move fast, but it has really pick up it’s pace over the last year. It’s moving so fast, I can barely keep up. With Visual Studio 2017 came the .NET Standard with the new SDK ctyle csproj file formats. Xamarin.Forms has had many updates and is going all in on .NET Standard 2.0. NuGet has had a ton of improvements that even older project csproj file formats can take advantage of, such as PackageReference. Lastly, Prism has had a ton of changes. Especially Prism for Xamarin.Forms. With all these changes, its time I update the Prism template pack to keep up with the new tech.
Today, I am excited to announce the release of the Prism Template Pack v2.0. Every template has been completely overhauled from the ground up. All project templates have been converted to the new dotnet templating engine for maximum flexibility and reuse. The wizards have been updated and refreshed to add new features and productivity gains. Code gen has been improved. Best of all, project creation is much much faster than the previous version. Creating a Xamarin.Forms project with all three project heads (Android, iOS, UWP) is completed within seconds.
To support all the new technologies, it was decided that the Prism Template Pack will ONLY support Visual Studio 2017 and above. It is recommended that you use Visual Studio 2017 v15.4.2 at a minimum as there are many bug fixes related to .NET Standard projects in that specific version.
Now, let’s take a look at what’s in the new and improved Prism Template Pack.
Project templates are used to get your project started or to add additional assemblies to a current project in your solution. I would like to point out that Project Templates aren’t meant to be full blown sample app with a lot of code and functionality added to teach you how to use something. They are only meant to get you up and running with the bare minimum code required without making too many assumptions about how you are going to architect or write your app.
The WPF projects templates have gone through a major revamped to make them much easier and more convenient to use within Visual Studio. One of the major improvements is that each project will now use the new PackageReference for NuGet packages. You will no longer see a packages.config or project.json in these projects. This makes for a much cleaner solution and better NuGet experience.
For WPF we have two project templates:
- Prism BlankApp – this is a project template that essentially creates a new WPF shell application. It will have a basic bootstrapper that is responsible for initializing the app, and showing the shell. It will have a MainWindow and a MainWindowViewModel located in the Views and ViewModels folders respectively.
- Prism Module – this project template will add a new project to your solution that will act as a Prism module. It will have a class defined that implements IModule with two empty folders for your Views and ViewModels.
In this latest 2.0 version, whenever you create either a Prism Blank App or a Prism Module, you will be prompted with a project wizard that allows you to choose which container your project is using. This makes being productive with your container of choice so much easier.
While Prism supports many containers, there are only a handful provided via the wizard. The currently available containers in the project wizard are:
The Xamairn.Forms project templates have been completely rewritten from the ground up and are the first .NET Standard project templates available for Xamarin.Forms.
For Xamarin.Forms we have two project templates:
- Prism BlankApp – this project template will create a .NET Standard Xamarin.Forms application with four projects; a .NET Standard project for the shared code, an iOS app, an Android app, and a UWP app.
- Prism Module – this project template will add a new project to your solution that will act as a Prism module. It will have a class defined that implements IModule with two folders for your Views and ViewModels. There will be a default view called ViewA and a class named ViewAViewModel that has already been registered with the container in the IModule class.
When you create a Xamarin.Forms project, you will be prompted with an updated project wizard. This wizard allows you to choose while platforms you would like to target, as well as which container to use for your project.
When adding a Prism Module to your Xamarin.Forms project, you will be prompted with a project wizard that allows you to choose which container your project is using.
The currently available containers in the project wizard are:
Item templates are probably the most used item in Visual Studio, and you may not even realize it. Ever time you add a new item to your project inside Visual Studio, you are using an item template. The Prism Template Pack provides a number of item templates depending on the platform.
Every platform will have access to the Prism ViewModel item template. This item template will create a new class that derives from Prism.Mvvm.BindableBase with an empty default constructor.
When you add this item to your project, this is the class that will be created.
Now, when building a WPF Prism application there are two major items that we identified that should be an item template.
- Prism UserControl – this will create a WPF UserControl with the Prism namespace defined as well as the ViewModelLocator.AutowireViewModel attached property set to true.
It will also automatically create a ViewModel and place it in the Views folder.
- Prism Window – this item will create a WPF Window with the Prism namespace defined as well as the ViewModelLocator.AutowireViewModel attached property set to true. It will also automatically create a ViewModel and place it in the Views folder.
Not much has changed from v1 of the Prism Template Pack when it comes to item templates. One new feature added is that when you add a new Page, the Prism Template Pack will automatically create a ViewModel, add it to your solution under the Views folder, and then register it for navigation in the App.xaml.cs file. This is a huge time saver
- Prism ContentPage – ContentPage with ViewModel
- Prism NavigationPage – NavigationPage with ViewModel
- Prism MasterDetailPage – MasterDetailPage with ViewModel
- Prism TabbedPage – TabbedPage with ViewModel
- Prism CarouselPage – CarouselPage with ViewModel
Snippets are a core concept in Visual Studio and have been for a long time. I use them constantly, and they really save time stubbing out a lot of verbosity in your code very quickly. I have had a lot of great feedback regarding the old snippets that I shipped in v1 of the Prism Template Pack, and I have added two new snippets and improved the old ones.
The propp snippet creates a public property, backed by private fields, with a getter and setter that uses the SetProperty method from the Prism.Mvvm.BindableBase class. When you use this snippet, the follow code will be created for you.
The cmd snippet will create public property of type DelegateCommand with a getter and private setter with only an Execute method. When you use this snippet, the following code will be created.
The cmdfull snippet will create public property of type DelegateCommand with a getter and private setter with both an Execute and CanExecute method. When you use this snippet, the following code will be created.
The cmdg snippet is very similar to the cmd snippet except that this snippet uses the generic version of the DelegateCommand. When you use this snippet, the following code will be generated.
The cmdgfull snippet is very similar to the cmdfull snippet except that this snippet uses the generic version of the DelegateCommand. When you use this snippet, the following code will be generated.
Let’s Wrap this Baby Up!
I hope you find these new and improved snippets, item templates, and project templates useful. Please let me know if you have any issues or find any bugs. This new Prism Template Pack is based on all the brand new, cutting edge technology, so I imagine you might find an issue or two.
Oh.. one more thing. I already know your first question: “Brian, when will these be available for Visual Studio for Mac”. I am working on that within the next couple of weeks. First, I have to learn how to extend VS for Mac. If you have experience with extending VS for Mac, be sure to reach out and give me some pointers.
If you have any ideas or suggestions to improve the template, please feel free to send them my way. Be sure to report any issues you run into, and feel free to fix them and submit your PR.
As always, feel free contact me on my blog, connect with me on Twitter (@brianlagunas), or leave a comment below for any questions or comments you may have Adobe Photoshop CS4 ME
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I need your feedback, and I need it now! I have been working on the next version of Prism for Xamarin.Forms and need your help making sure I’m adding value and solving issues that prevent you from being productive. As of now, you can download the latest Prism for Xamarin.Forms 6.3 Preview from NuGet.
Check out the available NuGet packages here: https://github.com/PrismLibrary/Prism/blob/master/docs/NuGet-Packages.md
I have added a number of new features and improvements based on community feedback, and some of these changes will be breaking. Yes, I know… I hate releasing breaking changes. It annoys me just as much as it annoys you, but sometimes to move something forward we have to correct past oversights and bad decisions. So let’s take a quick look at what you can expect to see and break in this newest 6.3 Preview.
DelegateCommand.FromAsyncHandler is Obsolete
Yes, you read that correctly. DelegateCommand has this static methods that allows you to create an “async command”. The Microsoft team added this in the v5 release and I have never really given it much thought since. Until recently, when a number of people have noticed many issues with DelegateCommand not working as expected. Long story short, trying to have DelegateCommand act async is a bad idea, and needs to be fixed ASAP. You can read more about here is my last post announcing this. This will be a breaking change when we RTM 6.3.
OnNavigatingTo added to INavigationAware – Breaking
Based on very popular demand, there is a new OnNavigatingTo method being added to the INavigationAware interface. This method was added to fix the issue of trying to initialize ViewModels with data being passed in as parameters. Currently, if you pass parameters to the target ViewModel and set properties, there is a visible delay when the View updates to reflect those values. This is because the View has already been pushed onto the navigation stack, and then the bindings are updated after the properties have been set. Now, you can use the new OnNavigatingTo, which is called before the target View is pushed onto the navigation stack, in order to initialize your data. Now, you will no longer have that delay in displaying your data.
IConfirmNavigation/IConfirmNavigationAsync changes – Breaking
This is probably not that big of a deal, but the IConfirmNavigation and IConfirmNavigationAsync interfaces no longer depend on the INavigationAware interface. I had a ton of feedback that when using IConfirmNavigation, you may not always be dealing with handling the INavigationAware methods. So this dependency has been removed. Chances are, you won’t even notice it.
Hardware/software back button support
This was a major limitation in the Prism navigation service. Previously, when you would use the hardware back buttons, or the software back button to navigate back to a previous View, the INavitaionAware methods would never fire. This has now been fixed! The only limitation is when using the hardware/software back buttons, the new OnNavigatingTo method will not be invoked. Only the OnNavigatedFrom and OnNavigatedTo methods will be invoked. This is because when using the hardware/software back buttons, I have no way of invoking the OnNavigatingTo prior to the popping action occurring.
Another pain point in Xamarin.Forms development is memory leaks. Xamarin.Forms is notorious for not cleaning itself up. So, now you can use the IDestructible interface for both Views and ViewModels to clean up any resources you may have. Remove event handlers, unregister from CompositeCommands, close any streams that may be open. Whatever you need. I know what you are going to ask, “but Brian, why didn’t you use IDisposable”. Well, I tried, but then quickly realized that Prism shouldn’t be the one calling IDisposable. Doing so caused a number of issues and exceptions. So, I had to introduce this new interface.
Another need feature is that TabbedPages can now be IActiveAware. This means that when the ViewModels of your tabs implement IActiveAware, Prism will keep track of which tab is the active tab. This is very powerful when combined with CompositeCommands.
The last feature that was added was a new IDeviceService interface which gives you access to the Xamarin.Froms Device properties and methods. You can now perform Device functions without having to reference a static class in your ViewModels. You are just a little more testable now.
Besides improving the Prism for Xamarin.Forms platform, I also made a number of improvements to the Prism Template Pack.
The project template dialog got a new face lift thanks to the designers at Infragistics. So now it looks much prettier.
There was also a nice productivity change to the item templates provided in the Prism Template Pack. Now when you add a new View by selecting Add New Item –> Prism –> Xamarin.Forms –> Page, not only do you get a new Page, but you get a ViewModel, and the Page is registered for navigation for you automatically in the App.xaml.cs file. Now, you don’t have to do anything! Prism does it for you.
Add a new view:
A View and ViewModel are added to your project:
And the View is registered for navigation automatically:
Hopefully these new Prism Template Pack changes help you be more productive and take away some of that busy work.
As you can see, I have been hard at work trying to add value to Prism for Xamarin.Forms and make you more productive at the same time. Make sure to check out the release notes for a list of all the changes. Please test out all these new features shipping in the new preview. Prepare your apps for the breaking changes.
I will be working on updating the documentation, which as you know is always the last thing that a developer does. I will also work on getting some new samples in the repo that covers all the cool features Prism for Xamarin.Forms provides. I am also starting work on a brand new Prism for Xamarin.Forms Pluralsight course. So keep an eye out on my course list which can be seen on my author page for this new course.
Please, get involved with the project on GitHub. Be sure to provide your feedback, submit issues, submit features, and submit PR’s. This is your project, so make it what you want it to be. As always, feel free contact me on my blog, connect with me on Twitter (@brianlagunas), or leave a comment below for any questions or comments you may have HiDownload Platinum 8 0 6
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