Thanks for contacting us and for your questions.
One of the best ways to store data for further usage in your WP7 application is to use the MVVM pattern. That said, a wizard control could consist of a series of pages that access the same data store (your view model) and store the information in it. In this way you will have access to the collected information at any time and will be able to decide which direction the wizard would take from a given point based on the provided data.
Currently, we do not have any code samples that target a wizard scenario since, in general, it would include scenarios that are already available as demos on our website such as page navigation, information persistence etc. You can take a look at the source code of our TODO Lists app contains many common WP7 app development scenarios and is really helpful to get started developing your own app:
Telerik TODO Lists
Since I believe you could make use of our application frame to add animated transitions to your wizard, you might find useful reading these help articles which describe how to utilize this component:
We would also like to receive some further information on why have you decided to use a wizard
approach in your app? We think that this scenario is a bit uncommon for the general user experience patterns for Windows Phone 7 and might be good to consider taking another direction like designing a simpler Settings
page where the user information can be provided.
I hope this helps.
Do not hesitate to get back to us in case you have further questions or need assistance.
the Telerik team
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