The RadWindow type exposes the following members.
Initializes a new instance of the RadWindow class.
Gets or sets the application bar that will appear on the hosting page when IsFullScreen
Gets or sets the animation with which RadWindow will disappear when IsOpen is set to false.
Gets or sets the content that will be shown inside RadWindow.
Gets or sets the data template that will be used to visualize the value of the Content property.
Gets or sets a value that will be used to horizontally nudge the window relative to the WindowPosition value.
Gets or sets a value that determines if animations are to be played when opening and closing RadWindow.
Gets or sets a value that determines if RadWindow will close and cancel the page navigation when the back button is pressed.
Gets or sets a value that determines whether RadWindow will automatically close when the user taps outside the window content.
Gets or set a value that determines if RadWindow will cover the whoe screen.
Gets or sets a value indicating if RadWindow is currently shown.
Gets or sets the animation with which RadWindow will appear when IsOpen is set to true.
Gets or sets a value indicating where RadWindow will appear.
Gets or sets a UIElement to which RadWindow will be relative when shown with a Show() method that does not accept the relativeVisual argument.
Gets or sets a value that will be used to vertically nudge the window relative to the WindowPosition value.
Gets or sets the size of the window when it is shown.
Gets or sets a value that is used to determine the size of RadWindow.
Occurs when a button, residing on Window's application bar is clicked.
This event fires when RadWindow tries to open and failes for some reason.
This event fires after RadWindow has been hidden.
This event fires right before RadWindow is hidden. Users can cancel the hide operation with the args.Cancel property.
This event fires after RadWindow has been shown.
This event fires right before RadWindow is shown. Users can cancel the show operation with the args.Cancel property.