You can have the most elegant app ever created, but if it’s hard to use, you may lose your users. Avoid this by learning how to master the art of great UI.
It is important to know how to choose the right UI surfaces for your Windows Store app, how to layout your app, and how to add controls and content for your app’s UI.
Most apps display lists of data, such as a list of contacts, images in a gallery, or the contents of an email inbox. Your app may obtain its data from a database, the Web, or a JSON data source. Learn how to use ListView—a control that allows you to display data from other sources.
Quickstart: adding ListView and GridView controls (VB/C#/C++ and XAML)
You can use a ListView or GridView control in XAML to display your data collections, such as a list of contacts, images in a gallery, or the contents of an email inbox.
Windows Phone to Windows 8: Navigation
Creating a more modern and easy-to-use method of navigation is one of benefits of migrating from Windows Phone to Windows 8. Read more about developing a new way of navigating with Windows 8.
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