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The model container builder is probably one of the least used yet most valuable builders provided by WPF. This article explores how to design an application to take advantage of it. As the name suggests, this builder has the ability to contain other models within it and switch out those models dynamically. We can take advantage of this feature to build a series of screens that the user can navigate through while keeping the models separate, as opposed to using the imported model builder which generates one monolithic super model.
(hmm, forgot that wikis don't have a concept of draft/publish, so this is a work in progress until I finish putting it together.....)