In this chapter you've seen how the
RoutedCommand works in WPF and what WPF provides out of the box without any need to implement a custom class. Unfortunately, the
RoutedCommand is not flexible enough to be used in an MVVM application like TimeTracker where the presentation logic is driven around the ViewModel object.
In the previous chapter you started to create the ViewModels for each view, and added an
ICommand property for each command available in the View. With that foundation, you should now be able to complete the EmployeeList/EmployeeDetails combination and make this first part of the application fully functional. It will be then up to you to continue the application by implementing the same logic for the Customer ...