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Windows® Phone 8 Unleashed by Daniel Vaughan

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Progress Indicator

In the initial release of the Windows Phone OS, there was no way to control the native progress bar located in the status bar of the phone. Fortunately, since the release of Windows Phone 7.5, you can with the ProgressIndicator class.

ProgressIndicator is a subclass of the DependencyObject class and provides the following bindable properties:

Image IsIndeterminateA bool value that allows you to enable or disable the indeterminate state of the indicator.

Image IsVisibleA bool value that allows you to show or hide the ProgressIndicator

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