Define a split view layout to display data more appropriate to the larger screens your UWP application runs on.
- [Instructor] In our previous examples…with iOS and Android…we were really targeting smaller mobile devices…and specifically phones,…and I want to take this opportunity with UWP…to think about the fact that we may have larger devices.…Could have iPads or you may have Android tablets,…and here since Windows Mobile is not really a thing anymore…we're talking about a larger screen,…probably desktop or laptop application running.…So we're gonna do something a little different…with the way we present the data to the users.…
Rather than having a separate list that then navigates…to another page, which we could certainly do here,…we're actually gonna have a split view…where we're gonna display the list on one side,…and we'll put the items on the other.…Let's go ahead and start by creating our split view here…and where gonna say that IsPaneOpen is true.…The Pane is where our list will be,…and we're gonna have the PanePlacement then be on the left,…and we'll have a DisplayMode of inline.…So our split view is gonna give us the list on the left…
- Cross-platform code reuse
- Visual Studio install guidelines
- Remote Windows development
- Creating a .NET Standard library
- Testing on an Emulator
- Navigating a segue
- Provisioning and testing on a device
- Using constraints for a layout
- Creating list views and detail views
Skill Level Beginner
1. Welcome to Xamarin
2. Xamarin on Mac
3. Xamarin on Windows
4. Building a Shared Library
5. Building an Android Application
6. Building an iOS Application
7. Building a UWP Application
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