Thanks for writing.
The standard Pull-to-Refresh scenario includes the end-user pulling the list to display the loading indicator and notifying you that more data is needed. When you fetch the data from the source, you need to load it into the listbox and call the StopPullToRefreshLoading
method to hide the indicator.
You can simply take a look at our source-code examples and the DataBoundListBox's Pull-to-Refresh section in particular. We have this scenario demoed there.
I hope this helps.
TRY TELERIK'S NEWEST PRODUCT - EQATEC APPLICATION ANALYTICS for WINDOWS PHONE 7.
Learn what features your users use (or don't use) in your application. Know your audience. Target it better. Develop wisely.
Sign up for Free application insights >>