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Figure 7 1. An Application Bar with Add (+ icon), Save (disk icon), and Delete (trash can icon) on Windows Phone 7
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The contents of an Application Bar are limited to a maximum of four elements. The elements are added and are automatically centered in the Application Bar from left to right. Additional application shortcuts can be added to the Application Bar via text-based menu items and are hidden from view by default. The presence of an ellipsis to the right of the main Application Bar icons hints that, in addition to the main icons, there are text-based menu items in the Application Bar. These items serve as additional shortcuts and slide up as a list when the user clicks the ellipsis or the empty space right underneath the ellipsis. An example of what the phone screen looks like when there are menu items present in the application and the ellipsis is pressed is shown in Figure 7 2. There is good news and bad news when it comes to working with the Application Bar. The good news is that it s easy to create and comes by default with a lot of built-in functionality that you don t have to code. For example, when the phone changes orientation from portrait to landscape, the Application Bar automatically moves to the left side of the phone screen. In addition, there is a default animation for showing text-based menu items (shown in Figure 7 2) that did not fit in the four main icon slots on the Application Bar. Finally, a minor but handy feature that ensures consistent user experience is the automatic addition of a circle around each Application Bar icon (i.e., you as the developer do not have to draw it) and the conversion of textual menu items to lower-case text.
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The bad news is that there is little flexibility for creating icons and menus for the Application Bar. The height of the Application Bar is fixed and cannot be changed. The size of the icons in the Application Bar is 48 pixels wide and 48 pixels high (generally expressed as 48x48); icons of other sizes will be scaled to fit that size, which usually means distortion and is not recommended. The actual graphic within the icon has to be 26x26 pixels to properly fit within the circle that the Application Bar automatically draws for each icon. Microsoft also recommends that you always try to use default system theme colors for the Application Bar because the use of custom colors can lead to unpredictable and potentially unfavorable effects on display quality, menu animations, and power consumption. In the following section, you will learn how to create an Application Bar that looks like Figure 7 2. Later on in this chapter, we will write code to react to Application Bar events and access features of our application.
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Windows Phone 7 provides two types of Application Bar for use with phones apps: a global bar and a local bar. The global Application Bar must be defined in App.xaml, and it can be added to any page within the Windows Phone 7 application with a single line of XAML code. There are two ways to define a local Application Bar and add it to a particular application page: 1. 2. Using XAML Using Managed Code (i.e., C#)
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You ll get to try both methods in this chapter, where you ll learn to build an Application Bar that provides simple functionality and asks for a person s name, then acts like that name has been saved to the database or the cloud storage. Regardless of the approach you choose and regardless of whether you are building a local or a global Application Bar, there is a preparatory step you should take before you can properly display and use it. That step involves adding images for your Application Bar buttons to project resources.
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