The Beginnings Of Windows Phone Control Kit

Announcing new tools for Windows Phone developers.

By Den in Projects

April 8, 2012

For some situations, the controls that are out there are not enough. That is why I started working on my own control toolkit. As I work on my own applications and feel the need to implement a custom control, I will add it to the Windows Phone Control Kit collection.

Today, I decided to implement a “show-on-tap” menu, just like the one you see in the latest version of the Rowi client. My implementation is called TapMenu, and it is a container for TapMenuButton instances.

Download the source on GitHub.

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