This video tutorial demonstrates how to create a loading screen in your Windows phone App that is bound to a property in the ViewModel. It covers how to use Blend to create a simple loading screen and use the DataStateBehavior in conjunction with a Boolean ViewModel property to display the loading screen when data is loading, and the main view for the page when data has been finished loading.
[00:52] - Project Overview
[01:53] - Running Sample Application without loading screen
[02:18] - Creating the Splash Screen in Blend
[05:08] - Creating the Visual States
[07:18] - Running Sample Application with loading screen
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