Thanks for writing.
We are not familiar of the way the Catel MVVM
works and therefore we cannot exactly say how to implement a similar behavior using our BusyIndicator
A possible approach would be to create a base Windows Phone
page which contains the BusyIndicator
and always shows it on-top of its contents when some kind of loading action takes place.
You can also use our RadModalWindow
and show a BusyIndicator
in it. It will make sure to place its contents on-top of the page for you.
I hope this is helpful.
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