Part of a series covering Windows Client development, we continue to work on RMV Awesome – an ironically named Modern UI application for keeping tabs on the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles. In this article we’ll bring our awesomeness to Windows Phone 8
Windows 8.1 introduces a new control for XAML, the SettingsFlyout. Most examples on using this new control assume you’re defining your Settings at the page level. Here we outline a model for doing this scoped to the Application leveraging SettingsFlyout , User Controls in C# /XAML. It is incredibly easy to implement.
“The Most Awesome App for the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles” ~ No One
This article is the beginning of a series on developing apps for Windows and Windows Phone. This version of the app referred to in this article will act as a foundation for future articles. As the series progresses I will be adding additional features and documenting them in greater detail than I have here.