UWP Layout using SplitView and RelativePanel in C# with XAML

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This week, Shen and I took a look at how you can very easily use the new XAML SplitView control to build an experience in your UWP application that automatically _adapts_ based on the current size of your application.

As you may imagine, this is one of the foundational building blocks we provide to enable you to build application experiences that appropriately render for the type of device on which the user is running the application.

In this video, we demonstrate how these same techniques enable the application to adapt to how the user may change the size of your application in Windows as well.

Here are some additional resources you may find valuable in leveraging these controls:

From the Official Developer Documentation:

From the Official Microsoft Windows Developer Sample Code:

From the Windows Developer Blog:

From the Build 2015 conference:

From Shen's blog








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    Great video.

  • User profile image

    It would be nice if you could show how to implement design like in mail viewer.

    In particular, the part when windows size shrinks and a preview pane stays and back button appears that in its turn navigates to part with folders. 


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