In this tutorial we're going to be creating a simple TODO application in Avalonia using the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern.
The finished application will look like this:
You can find the code for the completed application here.
We're going to be using the Model-View-ViewModel pattern (MVVM) for this tutorial. MVVM is a common pattern used for writing GUI applications, and is the recommended pattern to use when writing Avalonia applications. We'll be assuming a CRUD application here, but most of these concepts can be applied to all types of applications.
For this guide we're going to be using ReactiveUI which is a MVVM framework based on .NET Reactive Extensions. This guide will explain how to use MVVM and ReactiveUI with Avalonia but you can also see the ReactiveUI documentation for more detailed information.