Switching between the views in Prism on a region.

Jan 14 at 7:01 PM
Hi,
My requirement is I have a region and I wll be switching betweeen the views based on button click.
I have a NavigateCommand which is binded to two buttons and my execute function of the command looks like hte below snippet.
    void Navigate(object result)
    {
        if (result != null)
        {
            if (result.ToString() == "UserControlA")
            {
                _regionManager.RequestNavigate("myregion", new Uri("UserControlA", UriKind.Relative));
            }
            else
            {
                _regionManager.RequestNavigate("myregion", new Uri("UserControlB", UriKind.Relative) });

            }
        }
    }
I was happily switching between the views on a region until I started learning about Loading modules on Demand.
I went through a link "https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/41931/Composite-WPF-Display-on-Demand".
In this link the Activate and DeActivate methods were used to add/remove views to/from hte region, like .

// Activate Module A view
var moduleAView = mainRegion.GetView("ModuleA.ModuleAView");
mainRegion.Activate(moduleAView);
// Remove existing views
foreach (var oldViewName in region.Views)
{
    var oldView = region.GetView(oldViewName);
    region.Deactivate(oldView);
}
what is the difference between this technique and the one that I mentioned above or am I mission something here. kindly explain.

Thanks,
Sanjay.