Let’s look at the first of the screens we need to build for our application - the Add Word screen, used (surprisingly enough) to add a new word to the list of words we’re currently viewing.
With the add vocabulary word screen that we defined last time, we can now look at the implementation of the related view model.
Saturday, May 18 2019 good-samaritan
I had an interesting problem updating my GherkinSyntax project when my Azure DevOps Pipeline builds started failing with error NU1604. Local builds worked fine, only the cloud builds were failing.
Leveraging the add vocabulary word view model from last time, we now turn our attention to creating the associated view. Once we have that, we can wire everything up into a working WPF application.