At the point in the project development, it's time to add the navigation code to the menu buttons.
- [Instructor] Now it's time to add the navigation code…to these buttons.…So I have the button here with the home icon,…and this button with the film icon,…and I've changed the text,…used to say Home, I decided a better…text to show was Catalog,…and instead of videos it now says Video Player.…Anyway, I want to touch this and have it…navigate me to the Catalog page.…So to do that I'll work with the Checked event.…I'll go to my ToggleButton,…press the Tab key to finish typing the word Checked.…
Visual Studio knows that I already have…several event handlers in the code behind…that match the correct signature,…so it's suggesting those to me.…I don't want either of these handlers,…so I'll press the Tab key to select…the new event handler and it'll step in this code for me.…Then I'll do the same thing for the Video Player button.…Now I'll press F7 to switch over the the code behind.…What I need to do in this Home button…is get a reference to the frame,…so I'll go to my sidebar split view…and get the content, 'cause that's where I stored the frame…
- Setting up the development environment
- Installing Visual Studio
- Creating a Dev Center account
- Installing and activating Developer Mode on Xbox One
- Pairing Visual Studio with the Xbox
- Mirroring Xbox One content to a PC
- Exploring a UWP app on a PC, mobile device, and Xbox One
- Creating a basic UWP app
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Set Up the Development Environment
2. Why Build an App for Xbox?
3. Create a Basic UWP App
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