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  • Using DataTriggers to control Visual State Change

    In the continuation of my ‘wow did not realize that existed in xaml’ series I wanted to post about how you can use DataTriggers bound to a value in your view model to trigger a visual state change. Having the ability to trigger a state change via Binding is an awesome improvement over having to use the...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 02-03-2014
    Filed under: WindowsPhone, XAML, WinRT
  • Using EventTriggers for DataRequested for RadJumpList

    I am a fan of MVVM and I buy into the idea NOT using code behind it at all possible.  When using the Telerik RadJumpList (or anything based off of DataBoundListBox ) there is a feature that you can enable which will all you to provide ‘infinite’ scroll ability to a list box which could contain virtually...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 01-30-2014
    Filed under: WindowsPhone, XAML, Windows 8
  • Using DataTriggers to control Storyboard Animations

    XAML has many very cool features, it seems I learn about new features every week. This week one of the features I found was how to use DataTriggers to control storyboards. Why am I excited about this? Well I use the MVVM pattern when building any XAML based application and any time I needed to start...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 01-09-2014
    Filed under: WindowsPhone, XAML, WinRT
  • Data Binding to the Panorama control in WP7

    When you build a Windows Phone 7 (soon to be 8) application, one of the screen layouts you can use is the Panorama.  In most cases the number of pages in the panorama is hard defined in code but there is the occasion when you will add pages dynamically  based on binding.  In this post...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 08-22-2012
    Filed under: WP7, WindowsPhone, XAML, WP7 Mango
  • Using Binding to create Panels/Pivots in your WP7 Application

    If you are building a Windows Phone 7 application it is very likely that you are going to incorporate either the Panoramic or Pivot layouts in your app. In most cases when you are building these your panels/pivots are fairly static. However, what do you do when the number of panels/pivots needs to changed...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 04-19-2011
    Filed under: WP7, WindowsPhone, XAML, Silverlight
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