Nov 14, 2011 at 2:00 PM
Edited Nov 14, 2011 at 2:02 PM
Based on my understanding, if you want to host a prism application inside a regular application you could follow a similar approach like the one mentioned by Guido Maliandi in this thread:
Note: although the sample in this thread was done in WPF it might help as a reference.
On the other hand take into account that Prism's capabilities can be implemented separately, without the need to use all its features in case you don't need them. You might find more information about this on
this chapter from the Prism MSDN documentation. From the documentation:
"It is important to note that Prism was designed so that you can use any of Prism's capabilities and design patterns individually, or all together, depending on your requirements and your application scenario. Prism was designed so that it could be incrementally
adopted, allowing you to use the capabilities and design patterns that make sense for your particular application without requiring major structural changes."
I hope you find this handy