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Windows 8 Apps Revealed: Using XAML and C# by Adam Freeman

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CHAPTER 3

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AppBars, Flyouts, and Navigation

In this chapter, I show you how to create and use some of the user interactions that are essential parts of the Windows app user experience. The Application Bar (AppBar) and Navigation Bar (NavBar) provide the means by which the user can interact with your content and features and navigate within your app. I also show you how to create flyouts, which are pop-ups used to capture information from the user, usually in response to an interaction with the AppBar. Table 3-1 provides the summary for this chapter.

Table 3-1. Chapter Summary

Problem Solution Listing
Add an AppBar. Declare an AppBar ...

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