May 13, 2013 at 12:25 AM
Edited May 13, 2013 at 11:16 AM
Could you explain how to navigate to a specific page when a user clicks an item in a GridView? I reviewed the demo for ListViewItemClicked behavior, but not making sense.
I was successful in adding this to my own project, but any explanation of how it works will be appreciated.
May 14, 2013 at 8:55 PM
Based on my understanding, the ListViewItemClickedToAction
class defines an attached property that can be attached to a XAML control which can hold an
(e. i. a method that receives an object and returns nothing).
When attached to a ListViewBase
, the ListViewItemClickedToAction
subscribes to its
event. When a user clicks in the ListView
is then notified of the interaction and executes the
that was set in the property (for example, the
) passing the ClickedItem
as a parameter. In said action you can perform a navigation request using the
Regarding how the navigation process works, I believe you can find information about it in the draft documentation of the project:
I hope this helps,