Using DockPanel and WrapPanel


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Using DockPanel and WrapPanel

The Silverlight API ships with a set of layout panels. They are the StackPanel, Canvas, and Grid, which are first-rate for common layout scenarios. If you export explore the Silverlight Toolkit you'll see some additional panels. They are the WrapPanel and the DockPanel. For historical reasons the panels are part of the toolkit, but don't be fooled. They're production ready. I'm inside Visual Studio and I've opened a project called MorePanels and then I've opened this LiveDemo.xaml file. I've also pinned in my Toolbox to the left side of my screen, that's done by clicking on this Auto Hide button and, go down here and hover over the Toolbox and then click on Auto Hide.

I've installed the latest Silverlight Toolkit on my computer. If you are following on along you need to install the toolkit before continuing. Depending on your computer configuration, you may or may not see the Toolbox controls on the Visual Studio Toolbox. On my computer I had to reset my ...

Using DockPanel and WrapPanel
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Using DockPanel and WrapPanel provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Silverlight 5 Essential Training

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