Part 5 - Overview of the Common XAML Controls

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    VitaliyB

    These lessons are already a great improvement over the previous one. I really enjoy going over the controls and learned about converting the data type, by adding the data type in parenthesis before the variable and the nullable values such as "bool?" vs "bool".

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    Farrukhs

    Hi Bob

    I am a big fan of yours. Another great video.  I would like to know, if you have any plans of making a similar video series using JavaScript.

    Thanks

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    leopoldbirk​holm

    Great presentation. I learned a lot. Thank you Bob. :)

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    Gustavo

    Great video....thanks a lot Bob

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    arnabjoti

    I'm new with XMAL and learned a lot from your videos. There's just one question related to this video I guess.

    You showed how to use a "Toggle Button" but I was going for "Toggle Switch".

    I couldn't find how to trigger a "Toggle Switch Event" which would control the active mode of the progress ring.

    I would really appreciate your help on this. :D

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    Leela Rani

    Hi bob, I am a Great fan of you. I learnt a lot from your series. It was so useful.

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    Archee

    For some reason that does not work for me:
    Value="{Binding ElementName=mySlider, Path=Value, Mode=OneTime}"
    what works instead is this (done from Properties window):
    Value="{Binding Value,ElementName=mySlider}"

    This is kind of strange, because when I do the binding from Properties window I select OneWay, which gives the second/working form.

    (Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2013 for Windows
    Version 12.0.30501.00 Update 2
    Microsoft .NET Framework
    Version 4.5.51641)

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    Marios Katsis

    @Archee the mode is OneWay not OneTime.

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    Saikiran

    Hi Bob,

    Can You please explain what is the difference between the normal visual c# app which you are creating and silver light app which is shown in options while creating new project.

    Thanks in advance

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    enyew

    i am computer science student in www.bdu.edu.et
    so i learnt more with event driven course by c#
    think u!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

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    enyew

    but i hav,t any pc please help me!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Muhammad Iqbal Marath

    Very informative, thanks Bob for this

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    Muhammad Iqbal Marath

    Hi Bob, you are my favourite teacher. I always discuss about your tutorials with my colleagues and friends. I have installed the Microsoft visual studio 2013 community version on my dell Inspiron laptop. I have created the windows phone application successfully but I am not able to test it on emulator. I am getting the error my system required Hyper-V. I searched a lot, tried my best but failed. Discussed with my friends but nobody knows it's solution. Please help me.

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    iknlaxmi

    @Muhammad Iqbal Marath

    Hi

    Step 1:

    Enable virtualization in BIOS settings

    Step 2:

    enable Hyper‑V on Windows 8.1

    1. In Control Panel, tap or click Programs, and then tap or click Programs and Features.

    2. Tap or click Turn Windows Features on or off.

    3. Select Hyper‑V, tap or click OK, and then tap or click Close.

    4. Shut down your PC, and then restart it.    

    Step 3: check whether your pc supports SLAT and virtualization by running coreinfo.exe

    On the error popup Microsoft has given link for Hyper-V requirements.please follow those steps,It will solve and coreinfo.exe available in this link.Above 3 steps i have followed and emulator start working.

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