Windows Phone User Interface Controls
This article explains supported and unsupported Silverlight controls for Windows Phone. It is a good reference material when porting any Silverlight desktop application. Will try to create example are also attached of each control .
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Windows Phone 7.5
This article explains supported and unsupported Silverlight controls for Windows Phone.It is a good reference material when porting any Silverlight desktop application.The following Silverlight controls are supported in Windows Phone and are included in the System.Windows.Controls Namespace in the .NET Class Library for Silverlight.
Supported Controls Windows Phone
Draws a border, background, or both around object.
When you click a Button, it raises the Click event.
A Canvas is one of the Panel elements that enable layout. Each child object is rendered within the Canvas area.
Represents a control that a user can select (check) or clear (uncheck).
Represents a control with a single piece of content. This might be used in a button (for example) to define a button with an image.
Displays the content of a ContentPresenter.
Represents the base class for UI elements that use a ControlTemplate to define their appearance.
Defines a flexible grid area that consists of columns and rows.
Represents a button control that displays a hyperlink.
Represents a control that displays an image in the JPEG or PNG file format.
Implements a rectangular surface that displays ink strokes.
Contains a list of selectable items.
Represents an object that contains audio, video, or both.
Displays a message to the user and optionally prompts for a response.
Enables users to open a multi-resolution image, which can be zoomed in on and panned across.
Provides a base class for all Panel elements. Use Panel elements to position and arrange child objects in Silverlight-based applications.
Represents a control for entering passwords.
Represents a control that indicates the progress of an operation.
Unsupported Controls in Windows Phone
Following is the Controls not supported in Windows Phone. But some library is provide in Silverlight Toolkit Library.
Windows Phone Toolkit Controls
Windows Phone Toolkit offers developers additional controls for Windows Phone application development, designed to match the rich user experience of the Windows Phone 7.