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Starting with Prism - Part 2 of n

Background Continuing to my   Prism series 1 of n , in this series, I am going to talk about a few more interesting concepts like Modules and Views. Modules In this article, we will talk about how to take other views/logic and broken down into a small pieces called Modules and use them in your Prism application. We gonna start-up by talking about What a Module is, then registering Modules, loading Modules and then we will talk about how to initialize a Module. What is a Module? You can think Module as a building block for our Prism application. It is a package that contains all the functionalities and resources required for our application. Prism provides a support for run-time Module management in our application, in which each Module can be developed and tested independently. Prism application loads the Modules as and when they are required. Before moving forward, let’s have a look at how our application was architected inside Visual Studio prior to the concept of Module