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CHAPTER 16 WORKING WITH THE CAMERA AND PHOTOS
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In the prior sections, you have seen how choosers can be used to make the taking and opening of photos a breeze on a Windows Phone 7 device. Unfortunately, things become a bit more complicated when it comes to saving photos onto the device, since there are no choosers available to aid us with this task. In fact, the Windows Phone 7 platform does not provide any mechanism you can use to get the job done. How can you do it then Enter the Windows Phone XNA library. In this book, we have not covered the XNA Framework on Windows Phone 7 for a reason. The XNA Framework is a very powerful mechanism for programming graphics-intensive interfaces and, as such, is used primarily for game development, whereas Silverlight is used for the vast majority of line-ofbusiness applications. This book is about learning to build line-of-business applications. At times, however, there are situations where you have to resort to using a mix of technologies to get things done, and saving photos onto the Windows Phone 7 device is one example of such a situation. The Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Media library provides the SavePicture method, which saves a given array of bytes to the Saved Pictures location on the phone. The following walkthrough demonstrates how to add save capabilities to the PhotoCapture application you have built so far.
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The user interface built as part of the very first walkthrough of this chapter has an Application Bar button already defined for saving images. Therefore, you need to make only a small enhancement to the user interface to allow the user to see whether the status of the save was successful or not. Open MainPage.xaml and add a TextBlock right below the image control. Name this TextBlock txtStatus and clear its Text property. With user interface enhancements complete, you are ready to add code that saves photos to the Media Library.
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Before you can use a method from the XNA Framework, you must first add a reference to the Xna.Framework.Media library. To accomplish this, right-click the name of the project in Solution Explorer, select Add Reference, and then double-click the Microsoft.Xna.Framework assembly. Notice how a warning dialog comes up, telling us that there s a possibility of unexpected behavior click Yes to complete adding a reference. Follow the rest of the steps to implement photo-saving functionality within your application. 1. Open MainPage.xaml.cs and add the following using statement to the top of that page:
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using Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Media; 2. The following method does all the work of saving a photo into the Media Library. Note specifically the SavePicture method, which saves the array of bytes passed into the Media Library. private void btnSave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { var library = new MediaLibrary(); library.SavePicture("PhotoCapture Photo", imageBits);
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txtStatus.Text = "Successfully saved photo."; } catch (Exception ex) { txtStatus.Text = "Failed to save photo. Exception: " + ex.Message; } } 3. What remains is to tie the btnSave_Click method with the click event of the Save button on the Application Bar. You will do it by editing the XAML of the MainPage.xaml file. Locate the line that starts with <shell:ApplicationBarIconButton Text="Save Photo" and change it to look like the following:
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<shell:ApplicationBarIconButton Text="Save Photo" IconUri="images/appbar.save.rest.png" Click="btnSave_Click"/> You are now ready to run the application on the Windows Phone 7 emulator. Press F5 to start the application, and then press the Camera button on the Application Bar (first button) to take a picture and have it loaded inside your application. Then, press the Save button on the Application Bar you should get a status message that the image was successfully saved. Now, if you use the middle button of the Application Bar to see photos available, you should see a screen like the one shown in Figure 16 2, with three separate photo folders, each displayed in a separate tile available to choose photos from.
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