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Press F5 to run the application. You should see a screen that looks very similar to Figure 9 4 (minus the background image, perhaps). Flicking the Panorama control from right to left should allow you to see Arrivals and Departures plus a separate tab designated for searching airport schedules.
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Figure 9 4. Panorama control example As you can see, it is pretty easy to use a Panorama control, and you can place different contents within the PanoramaItem tag. Using the Panorama control, together with the Pivot control that we will discuss next, provides a very easy way to impress your users with cool designs, layouts, and coding techniques. Considering you didn t have to hire a graphics designer to get there, that is a very powerful weapon in the Windows Phone 7 developer arsenal. In the next section, we will take a look at another powerful control the Pivot control for Windows Phone 7.
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Note Microsoft recommends limiting the number of PanoramaItems to a maximum of four to ensure smooth application performance. In addition, it is considered best practice to hide PanoramaItem until it has content to display.
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The Pivot control is a close cousin of the Panorama control: the basic premise of having multiple pages easily accessible is preserved; however, the ability to click the header to show the contents of a new page is not possible with a Panorama control. A screenshot of a simple Pivot control is shown in Figure 9 6. There, a user could tap (or click in the emulator) the word departures and be immediately presented with the portion of the application dealing with airport departures. Creating a Pivot control is very much like creating a Panorama control; there are still three possible ways of adding it to your application (except you would add a Windows Phone Pivot Page, of course). Within the control itself, you would work with PivotItems, not PanoramaItems, but the rest of the design approaches are almost identical. If you feel uncertain about how to work with Pivot controls on Windows Phone 7, you can always visit MSDN instructions on working with the Pivot control at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff941123(v=VS.92).aspx for a quick reference.
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To navigate from screen to screen in a Windows Phone 7 application, an understanding of the PhoneApplicationFrame and PhoneApplicationPage controls is important. There is only one PhoneApplicationFrame available to a Windows Phone 7 application; this frame reserves space for the System Tray and the Application Bar, as well as the content area where PhoneApplicationPage controls live. You can create as many different pages as needed and then navigate to those pages from the frame. See Figure 9 5 to see how the controls are placed in the phone.
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Figure 9 5. PhoneApplicationFrame and PhoneApplicationPage
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To navigate from page to page within your application, use the NavigationService class. This class exposes methods to navigate to pages given a URI, as well as to go back to the previous page. The following walkthrough illustrates the use of the NavigationService class.
Creating a User Interface for NavigationTest Project
The NavigationTest project will contain two XAML pages (MainPage.xaml and Page1.xaml) and will navigate between the two. 1. Launch Visual Studio 2010 Express and select the Windows Phone Application template. Change the Project Name to NavigationTest, select OK, and Visual Studio will set up a new project. Right-click the project name in Solution Explorer and select Add New Item Windows Phone Portrait Page. Accept the default name of Page1.xaml and press OK. Open MainPage.xaml in Design View. From the toolbox, drag and drop the HyperlinkButton control. With that control selected, press F4 to display its properties and change the Contents to be Go to Page1. Open Page1.xaml in the design view, and add a button to that page from the toolbox. Edit the Contents of the button to say Go Back to MainPage. Add a TextBlock underneath the button on Page1.xaml. This TextBlock will be used to show the parameters passed in to this page.
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