As usual, we just set the max rows or columns of GridView. No matter how wide the screen is, the GridView items always stay in fixed rows or columns. This sample demonstrates how to create a GridView which automatically adapts to different resolutions in universal Windows apps. It is to say, the rows and columns will be different in different resolutions.
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