I am just wondering why some assemblies have a Sf prefix and others don't. Also I would like to know about the binaries that have MVVM in their titles. Does the MVVM binary a direct replacement for the same assembly titled without the MVVM?
SMSugapriya Mariappan Syncfusion Team June 1, 2016 11:22 AM UTC
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“Query #1: why some assemblies have a Sf prefix and others don't”
SfControls (like SfChromlessWindow, SfBusyIndicator, etc,.) have rich user interface and better performace,the Sf prefix is included because to maintain the unique name across all platforms(WPF,Silverlight,WinRT,Windows Phone)
“Query #2: Does the MVVM binary a direct replacement for the same assembly titled without the MVVM?”
No.Both MVVM and normal assemblies are not same.We can add commands for the specific events to the controls in that particular assembly by using MVVM assemblies.