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Figure 2 6. Final layout of HelloWorld app
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In this section, we will be writing C# code that will handle the button click event that will populate the TextBlock named textBlock1 with hello World! 1. To add behavior to the OK button, double-click the OK button on the Design surface of your project. Visual Studio will display MainPage.xaml.cs where you can see the btnOk_Click method is automatically added. You will add proper code in the next step to handle the button click event.
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using System.Windows; using Microsoft.Phone.Controls; namespace HelloWorld { public partial class MainPage : PhoneApplicationPage { public MainPage()
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{ InitializeComponent(); // Setting SupportOrientations will control the behavior // of the page responding properly to the rotation of the // phone. So if you rotate the phone to the landscape // your page will change to landscape view. SupportedOrientations = SupportedPageOrientation.PortraitOrLandscape ; } private void btnOk_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { } } } 2. In MainPage.xaml you will notice that the button Click event handler is automatically added to OK button.
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<Button Content="OK" Height="70" HorizontalAlignment="Right" Margin="0,155,-4,0" Name="button1" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="160" Click="button1_Click" /> 3. In MainPage.xaml.cs replace the button1_click method with the following code.
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private void button1_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { txtMessage.Text = "Hello World!"; }
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Your Hello World application is complete. Now it s time to build the application and run it in the Windows Phone 7 emulator. 1. 2. 3. To build the solution, select Build Build Solution on the Visual Studio menu. To run the application, select Debug Start Debugging. When the emulator appears, click OK and you will see Hello World! as shown in Figure 2 7.
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Figure 2 7. Hello World in Windows Phone 7 Emulator 4. Click the rotate control on the Windows Phone 7 emulator, as shown in Figure 2 8.
Figure 2 8. Clicking Windows Phone 7 Emulator rotate control Notice in the landscape view that the TextBox is automatically resized, stretched out to make full use of the landscape orientation of the device, as shown in Figure 2 9.
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Figure 2 9. Hello World landscape view 5. Stop the application debugging by selecting Debug Stop Debugging.
Tip The Windows Phone 7 emulator can take a long time to start, so you want to avoid closing it down whenever possible. If you need to stop an application in the middle of a debugging run, it s better to use the Visual Studio Debug Stop Debugging command instead of completely closing down the Windows Phone 7 emulator. Using this technique, the next time the application debugging starts, the project will be loaded into the emulator without first waiting for the emulator to be started.
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In the following code walkthrough, you ll learn how to customize the Windows Phone 7 application icon that is displayed to the user, and how to change the application s name. 1. In the Solution Explorer, right-click the HelloWorld project and select Add Existing Item , as shown in Figure 2 10.
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Figure 2 10. Adding a file to the Visual Studio project 2. Go to where you unzipped the sample codes and choose \Codes\Ch01\Assets\HelloWorldIcon.png. The Windows Phone 7 application icon can be any .png file with 62 x 62. By default, when the Windows Phone application project is created, the ApplicationIcon.png is used. Right-click the HelloWorld project Choose Properties. Click the Application tab. In Deployment options Change the Icon to HelloWorldIcon.png. Change the Title to HelloWorld. Changed properties can be seen in Figure 2 11.
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Figure 2 11. Changing the application title and icon 7. 8. Hit F5 to run the application. When the application starts in the Windows Phone 7 emulator, hit the back button on the emulator, as shown in Figure 2 12.
Figure 2 12. Windows Phone 7 back button 9. You will see the list of applications installed on the emulator including HelloWorld, as shown in Figure 2 13.
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