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Looking for the simplest demo of Model-View-ViewModel

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I have seen lots of demos of this pattern but find the size of some obscuring the main message.

Can someome please suggest a C# demo that is bare bones MVVM with WPF?  Bare bones to me means the smallest number of controls on a WPF form, but that it uses the ViewModel for the data binding.

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The WPF Application Framework (WAF) is a lightweight Framework that helps you to create well structured WPF Applications. It supports you in applying a Layered Architecture and the Model-View-ViewModel (aka MVVM, M-V-VM, PresentationModel) pattern.

http://waf.codeplex.com/
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