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The next step is to add Silverlight controls to the HelloWorld Windows Phone application we created in the previous steps. You will learn to set the properties of the controls so that the controls can size and position automatically in both Portrait and Landscape mode of Windows Phone. 1. In the Windows Phone Design view window, click MY APPLICATION TextBlock. In the Properties windows at the lower right corner of the Visual Studio IDE, change the Text property from MY APPLICATION to HelloWorld App. Notice that the new text now appears on the Design surface, as shown in Figure 2 4.
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Figure 2 4. Renaming application window title 2. Now open the Visual Studio Toolbox, which we ll use to find some controls for the HelloWorld user interface. If you can t find the Toolbox, select View Toolbox on the Visual Studio menu. The result of either step, when successful, is to display a list of controls in a vertical panel on the left side of the Visual Studio IDE, as shown in Figure 2 5.
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Figure 2 5. Visual Studio Toolbox containing Windows Phone controls The Visual Studio Toolbox contains Windows Phone controls that ship with the Windows Phone developer tools. You ll be using them throughout the book to build increasingly sophisticated user interfaces. You can add any of these to your user interface by dragging one to the Windows Phone Design surface in Visual Studio. 3. To create the interface for the HelloWorld application, let s first add a TextBox to display some text. To do so, drag a TextBox control from the Toolbox to the designer surface directly below the page title TextBlock. When the TextBox control is successfully placed on the phone s designer surface, the TextBox control will be automatically selected. In the Properties window (if you cannot find the Properties Window go to View Properties Window), change the following TextBox properties. a. b. c. d. e. Set Width and Height to Auto. Set HorizontalAlignment to Stretch. Set VerticalAlignment to Top. Resize the TextBox width so that there is enough room to its right for an OK button. Set Name to txtMessage.
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When you properly follow steps a, b, c, and d, you should see the following XAML in the XAML editor area. <TextBox Height="Auto" Margin="0,55,166,0" Name="txtMessage" Text="TextBlock" VerticalAlignment="Top" HorizontalAlignment="Right" Width="290" /> You set Horizontal Alignment to Stretch in step b because you want the TextBox to automatically stretch to fill the extra space created when you rotate the phone emulator to landscape orientation. Width and Height are set to Auto because we want the TextBox to automatically change its size when Font size increases or decreases. Setting Vertical Alignment to Top will always position the textbox aligned to the top. You will be able to access the textblock control in code by referring to its Name, txtMessage . 4. Now, let s add the application s OK button to the user interface. To do so, drag and drop a Button control from the Toolbox and drop it to the right of the TextBox. Change the button properties in Properties Window. a. b. c. d. Set Button Content to OK. Set HorizontalAlignment to Right. Set VerticalAlignment to Top. Set Name to btnOk.
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When steps a, b, and c are properly followed, you should see the following XAML in the XAML editor area. Setting the button s horizontal alignment to Right will always align button position to the right side. <Button Content="OK" Height="72" HorizontalAlignment="Right" Margin="308,31,0,0" Name="btnOk" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="160" /> 5. Your layout should be done. In XAML view, look for the grid containing the controls you just added. It should look similar to this:
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<Grid x:Name="ContentGrid" Grid.Row="1"> <TextBox Height="Auto" Margin="0,55,166,0" Name="txtMessage" Text="TextBlock" VerticalAlignment="Top" HorizontalAlignment="Right" Width="290" /> <Button Content="OK" Height="72" HorizontalAlignment="Right" Margin="308,31,0,0" Name="btnOk" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="160" /> </Grid> 6. Figure 2 6 shows the final layout after adding TextBox and Button controls.
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