First of all, there is a known issue in the Prism 4.1
registration script where the
libraries for Silverlight
are registered for
instead of Silverlight 5
. In order to register the
library properly please modify the RegisterPrismLibrary.proj
as described in the following work item:
If you wish to add the Prism
libraries manually to your application or to the quick starts, take into account that there are different versions of the library for each supported platform:
- \Bin\Desktop\ - contains the compiled Prism library for .NET 4.0.
- \Bin\Silverlight\ - contains the compiled Prism library for Silverlight.
- \Bin\Phone\ - contains the compiled Prism library for Windows Phone.
Although most of the quick starts included in Prism
were implemented in
, most of the concepts and functionalities they portray can also be used in
. Therefore, I believe you could still find the Silverlight
quick starts useful in order to learn about the capabilities provided by
and then apply them in your WPF
application as you see fit.
I hope this helps,