Today we’re releasing the first beta of Elmish.WPF, which provides an Elm-like architecture for writing WPF applications.
The library essentially replaces the traditional way of writing WPF apps, using MVVM or code-behind, with the simple yet reliable mode-update-view architecture used in Elm applications. Instead of worrying about notifying your view that a property changed, or raising a
CanExecuteChanged() event, simply provide a state, a way to update that state, and the XAML that you want to display with typical Bindings.
Please check it out and let us know what you think!