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Windows Phone 8 : Receiving Input with Buttons - Check Box
The CheckBox control is used to define a binary state and can be used in groups to display multiple choices from which the user can select one or more choices. A user can either tap a check box or the associated label text to select an option.
Windows Phone 8 : Receiving Input with Buttons - Radio Button
The RadioButton is a subclass of the ToggleButton class and offers the same events, such as Checked, Unchecked, and Indeterminate, and properties, such as IsChecked.
Windows Phone 8 : Receiving Input with Buttons - Repeat and Toggle Buttons
Neither the RepeatButton nor the ToggleButton controls are abstract. Yet both reside in the System.Windows.Controls.Primitives namespace, not in the System.Windows.Controls namespace, indicating that these two controls are not intended to be used in day-to-day page code.
Windows Phone 8 : Receiving Input with Buttons - Tap and Click Events, Button Click Mode, Hyperlink Button
Since the release of the Windows Phone 7.1 SDK, the Click event of the ButtonBase class has been superseded by a UIElement event named Tap. The Tap event is designed for touch input, while the Click event relies on legacy code that handles mouse state.
Windows Phone 8 : Receiving Input with Buttons
In most Windows Phone XAML apps, buttons are the most commonly used element for receiving user input. Ordinarily, a button initiates an action when a user taps it.
Windows Phone 8 : Content Controls - Defining the Default Content Property
Controls that are derived from ContentControl are able to host a single object. ContentControls include Buttons, ListBoxItems, and containers such as the PhoneApplicationFrame and the ScrollViewer control
Windows Phone 8 : Control Type Taxonomy - Identifying Controls Not Supported or Absent in Windows Phone
Having a solid grasp of the class hierarchy of any library that you regularly use helps to improve your productivity and provides a good starting point to gaining a deeper understanding of how a framework is designed to work.
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Facebook Integration (part 5) - Viewing a Friend’s Facebook Albums
You can also view your friends’ Facebook albums through Windows Phone 8. To do so, open the People hub and follow these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Facebook Integration (part 4) - Writing on a Friend’s Facebook Wall , Viewing Facebook Wall Photos
Windows Phone 8 enables you to write on a friend’s Facebook Wall. To do so, open the People hub and follow these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Facebook Integration (part 3) - Commenting on a Wall Post
If you want to comment on someone’s Facebook Wall post, you can do so by following these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Facebook Integration (part 2) - Viewing a Wall Post, Viewing Comments to Wall Posts
After you have added a Facebook account to your phone, you can access a friend’s Facebook Wall directly through the People hub.
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Facebook Integration (part 1) - Connecting to Facebook
Windows Phone 8 offers built-in Facebook integration. This means that you can access your friend’s Facebook Wall (as well as your own) without actually having to go to the Facebook website.
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Rooms (part 8) - Adding an Appointment to the Shared Calendar , Creating a New Shared Note, Viewing Shared Notes
If you want to add an appointment to a shared calendar, you can do so by going into the room and completing these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Rooms (part 7) - Viewing Shared Photos and Videos, Viewing the Shared Calendar
Rooms enable members to privately share photos and videos with one another. To view photos or videos that you or others have shared, open the room and complete these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Rooms (part 6) - Sharing Photos and Videos
To share a photo with other room members, go into the room and complete the following steps
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Rooms (part 5) - Deleting a Room, Using Group Chat
One of the nice things about rooms is that they enable you to have private chats with the members of the room. You can engage in a group chat by going into the room and completing these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Rooms (part 4) - Pinning a Room to the Start Screen, Renaming a Room
If you use a room often, it can be handy to pin the room to the start screen. You can accomplish this by going into the room and completing these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Rooms (part 3) - Deleting a Room Member, Choosing a Room Background
Windows Phone 8 enables you to change a room’s background. Doing so causes the selected image to display as wallpaper while you are in the room.
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Rooms (part 2) - Accessing a Room, Adding Members to a Room
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Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Rooms (part 1) - Creating a Room
The first step in using the Rooms feature is usually to create a room. Windows Phone 8 devices include a predefined room called Family Room, but you can delete this room, if necessary.
Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 7) - Sending a Text Message to Group Members
One of the main reasons for creating groups is that doing so makes it easy to send messages to everyone in the group at once. To send a text message to group members, go to the Start screen, tap the People tile, and follow these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 6) - Sending an Email Message to Group Members
One of the main reasons for creating groups is that doing so makes it easy to send email messages to everyone in the group at once. To send an email to group members, open the People hub and follow these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 5) - Pinning a Group to the Start Screen,Deleting a Group
If you have a group that you use frequently, you might benefit from pinning the group to the Start screen. You can accomplish this task by opening the People hub and following these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 4) - Renaming a Group
Occasionally, you might create a group and then later decide that you want to call it something different. You can rename a group by opening the People Hub and following these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 3) - Removing a Group Member
If you use the Groups feature, at some point, you will need to remove a contact from a group. You can accomplish this by opening the People hub and following these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 2) - Adding a Contact to a Group
After creating a group, you need to add some contacts to it. To do so, open the People hub and complete these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 1) - Creating a New Group
Just as you can add a new contact to your phone, you can also add a new group. Groups make it easy to send a single message to multiple recipients. For instance, suppose that you frequently send email messages to several friends
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - The People Hub (part 8) - Configuring Social Network Settings
The People hub provides access to a Settings page that enables you to customize your phone’s behavior. Some of these settings are Facebook specific and others relate solely to the People hub.
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - The People Hub (part 7) - Linking Contacts
Because the People hub aggregates your contacts from multiple sources, you might end up with multiple entries for the same person. Although Windows automatically attempts to find and merge all the profile information for that person and display it as a single contact, sometimes it misses and a contact appears in your list more than once.
Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - The People Hub (part 6) - Pinning a Contact to the Start Screen
If you like to frequently check on certain friends or family members, you can pin someone’s profile to the start screen. Doing so gives you one-touch access to the person’s profile so that you can easily call, send an email message or a text message, or view that person’s Facebook Wall.
 
 
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