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  • Using the DatePicker Control in WP7

    With the final release of the Windows Phone 7 Development tools there was also a release of the WP7 Control Toolkit which provides us a set of standard controls such as: GestureService/GestureListener ContextMenu DatePicker TimePicker ToggleSwitch WrapPanel   The control we want to focus on here...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 09-19-2010
    Filed under: WP7, WindowsPhone
  • Ninject.Extensions.Conventions ported to work w/ WP7

    I have been using Ninject on WP7 now for a few months and I am just now getting around to porting the conventions library (this allows you to NOT have to manually bind all your classes but rather use a convention based approach).  The port of this was pretty simple and can allow you to remove many...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 09-04-2010
    Filed under: WP7, WindowsPhone, Ninject
  • Performing Back Navigation w/out adding a page to the Back Stack in WP7

    In a previous post ( here ) I wrote about how you can catch the back button action on WP7.  In this post I will explain how you can use the NavigationService provider in WP7 to correctly navigate back to a calling page in order to remove a existing page from the back stack in order to prevent the...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 09-03-2010
    Filed under: WP7, WindowsPhone
  • Catching the Back Button action on WP7

    When building WP7 applications there may be times where you want to trap the Back Button action in order to perform your own custom action.  For example if you are editing some values and a user has not saved the data and presses the back button you may want to perform some action to validate the...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 09-02-2010
    Filed under: WP7, WindowsPhone
  • Changing the Background and Foreground Colors for an Application Bar on WP7

    One of the built in UI elements for WP7 is the Application Bar.  This is a bar that allows you to put buttons or menu items on in order to allow your user to interact with your application.  The major downside to the Application Bar is that it is not a ‘native’ XAML control.  This means...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 08-31-2010
    Filed under: WP7, WindowsPhone
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