The GridSplitter is used in conjunction with the grid panel. By adding a GridSplitter to a column or row the user can resize the cell boundaries at runtime.
- [Instructor] So far, all of the layouts…we've looked at, in this chapter, have been fixed size.…In the real world, you want to allow your users…to make their own choices and decide…what size their interface should be.…Here's a classic example.…In Visual Studio, I'd like to see…more of the toolbox, so I would move over,…to the edge of the toolbox where…you have this blue, vertical bar.…When I move my mouse over it, this is called a splitter,…when I move my mouse over the splitter,…you'll see a two headed arrow appear.…And, now, the user can grab a hold,…drag to a new position, and, then, let go.…
When you let go of the mouse, the toolbox gets larger,…and the visual designer window gets narrower, or smaller.…It's the same over here, on the solution explorer,…in property window, grab, move,…I'm getting a preview bar, here,…that shows me where the window size…will be, when I release the mouse.…When I release, it resizes.…And, then, there's also a splitter, here,…in the center, between the XAML editor,…and the visual designer, in this case,…
- Exploring the layout panels
- Working with the grid
- Adding rows and columns
- Creating scrolling content
- Controlling element visibility
- Aligning content
- Making custom layout panels
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Visual Studio Team Serviceswith Jose Miguel Rady Allende1h 17m Intermediate
1. Layout Panels
2. Other Layout Concepts
3. Custom Layout Panel
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