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The TabControl provides one event, SelectionChanged (event args class: SelectionChangedEventArgs). The TabControl consists of TabItems, each with a Header property that is used to set the tab label and a Content property used to set the contents of the specific tab page. Figure 3-10 shows a TabControl with three tabs.
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Figure 3-10. The TabControl example Here s the XAML for this control. Notice that you need to add a reference of the System.Windows.Controls namespace to the UserControl: <UserControl x:Class="chapter3.TabControlDemo" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml" xmlns:d="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/blend/2008" xmlns:mc="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markupcompatibility/2006" xmlns:c="clr-namespace:System.Windows.Controls; assembly=System.Windows.Controls" mc:Ignorable="d" d:DesignHeight="300" d:DesignWidth="400"> <Canvas x:Name="LayoutRoot" Background="White">
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<c:TabControl Canvas.Left="20" Canvas.Top="40" Width="300" Height="200"> <c:TabItem Header="Tab #1"> <Canvas Background="Red"></Canvas> </c:TabItem> <c:TabItem Header="Tab #2"> <Canvas Background="Green"></Canvas> </c:TabItem> <c:TabItem Header="Tab #3"> <Canvas Background="Blue"></Canvas> </c:TabItem> </c:TabControl> </Canvas> </UserControl>
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Inherited from System.Windows.FrameworkElement, the ViewBox is included as part of the Silverlight 4 default standard controls, moved from the Silverlight tool kit. It is a container control that allows precise positioning and flexible resizing of the child element filling the available space. You can have only one child element per ViewBox control. To add multiple child elements within the ViewBox, you can use the panel control (such as StackPanel, Grid, and Canvas) and add multiple elements within the panel and then add the panel to the ViewBox control. Table 3-12 details the key properties of this control. The most common use of the ViewBox control is for 2D image source. Table 3-12. Key Properties of the System.Windows.Controls.ViewBox Class
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Child Stretch
Type
UIElement Stretch
Description
Defines the child element of the ViewBox control. Defines how content fills the available space by setting the Stretch mode. The Stretch is an enum and contains four possible modes: None, Fill, Uniform (default value), and UniformToFill. Defines how scaling is applicable to the content. It prevents contents of the Viewbox from being scaled to a smaller or larger dimension than the original. The StretchDirection is an enum and contains three possible modes: UpOnly, DownOnly, and Both (default value).
StretchDirection StretchDirection
The next example shows two Viewbox controls. The first 150x200 pixels Viewbox with default settings of Stretch set to UniformToFill and StretchDirection set to Both shows the 1024x768 pixels image is stretched uniformly to fill the entire smaller Viewbox. The second 150x200 pixels Viewbox with StretchDirection set to UpOnly shows only the small upper portion of the same image. This is because the image will only stretch up in size as specified by stretch direction, and since the container Viewbox is smaller than the image, the image will not stretch and only the upper portion is shown.
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<StackPanel x:Name="LayoutRoot" Background="White"> <TextBlock Text="ViewBox with Stretch=UniformToFill and StretchDirection=Both" Margin="5" FontWeight="Bold" HorizontalAlignment="Center"/> <Viewbox Height="150" Width="200" Stretch="UniformToFill" StretchDirection="Both"> <Image Margin="2" Source="res/1.jpg"/> </Viewbox> <TextBlock Text="ViewBox with StretchDirection=UpOnly" Margin="2" FontWeight="Bold" HorizontalAlignment="Center"/> <Viewbox Height="150" Width="200" StretchDirection="UpOnly"> <Image Margin="2" Source="res/1.jpg"/> </Viewbox> </StackPanel>
Figure 3-11. The ViewBox example
Forms Controls
User input is a vital part of virtually every web application. The Microsoft Silverlight platform is continuously enhanced to provide a fairly robust set of controls that enable you to quickly add rich UI elements and process user input effectively. Silverlight 4 made some vital improvements to existing Forms controls as well as a new addition of RichTextBox control that we are going to discuss in this section.
The Button Controls
Many specialized versions of buttons exist, all inheriting directly or indirectly from the ButtonBase class (in the System.Windows.Controls.Primitives namespace) inherited from the ContentControl. The ButtonBase class provides the basic pressing behavior that is common to all buttons. Table 3-13 describes its properties.
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Table 3-13. Properties of the System.Windows.Controls.Primitives.ButtonBase Class
Property
ClickMode
Type
ClickMode
Description
Controls how the mouse triggers the Click event. Possible values: Hover (when the mouse moves over the button); Press (the left mouse button is pressed down); Release (the left mouse button is released while over the button). Defaults to Release. Defines the command to be invoked when a button is pressed. The default value is a null reference. New property in Silverlight 4. Defines parameter to pass to the Command property. The default value is a null reference. New property in Silverlight 4. true if this button has focus, false otherwise. true if the mouse pointer is hovering over this button, false otherwise. true if the button is in a pressed state, false otherwise.
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