Callisto Migration Tip: Use Windows 8.1 SettingsFlyout

Posted by: Method ~ of ~ failed, on 25 Oct 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

As a part of my promise from my previous post talking about migrating to new Windows 8.1 controls instead of some Callisto ones, Ill talk about how to leverage the new SettingsFlyout control provided by the framework. Without a doubt one of the two most popular Callisto controls is the SettingsFlyout. This is a marquee experience for Windows Store apps to provide the charm area for managing settings for your application. This control provides the animations, near pixel-perfect UI and behavior...

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