Navigating from within the frame...

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  1. mark baer
    mark baer avatar
    142 posts
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    Sep 2009

    Posted 01 Apr 2010 Link to this post

    I am still trying to figure out how to implement this control, so please bear with me.  I would like a grid inside the frame, then when the user clicks it(an item in the grid), it would navigate to the "Detail" page.  Then when they are done with the detail page, they would click "close" or some other button and it would slide/navigate back to the page with the grid in it.  I downloaded your example with the Links from page 1 - page 2(very helpful), but the links were outside of the control.  What can I do so I can navigate from content inside of the frame/control?

    Also, if/when I can get this working, how do I pass parameters from xaml page to xaml page using your control?  I see in the example where you have a hyperlink and you set the navigateURL = "somexamlpage.xaml", but what if I need to dynamically add parameters when the user moves to the next/previous page?  Help?  Not sure if this is more of a general Silverlight question or Silverlight/Telerik control question.  Any help is greatly appreciated either way.

    It's probably really easy to do, but I haven't figured it out yet.


  2. Miroslav Nedyalkov
    Miroslav Nedyalkov avatar
    1718 posts

    Posted 02 Apr 2010 Link to this post

    Hello Mark,

     This question is more connected to the Silverlight navigation framework, no to the TransitionControl - it is just a content control that shows an animation when its content is changed.

    For the navigation framework it doesn't matter where the link buttons are - inside or outside the page, so you can add your buttons wherever you want to.

    About the parameters - you could use # and additional parameters in your URI in order to pass parameters. You could refer to the following blog post for more information:

    Hope this helps!

    Sincerely yours,
    Miroslav Nedyalkov
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