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So, the first order of business is to create Views for each of the modes ControlPanel had. By doing that, we’ve ended up with following Views in the new implementation of the Lists module:
You can see that the Views are following the modes very closely in their functionality and intention.
Now, that the Views have been created, new Sitefinity backend architecture will take care of all these conditions that we used to have to implement in order to always display correct UI. Once the Views are defined, we need to separate the ControlPanel template into a separate template for each View and finally move the event handlers and methods of ControlPanel to their respective Views.
With the Views separated, we can follow the instructions described in articles “What are Views?” and “Adding Views to ControlPanel” to wire up all the Views together into a module hierarchy.
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