Objective 3.3: Design and implement the app bar

App bars in Windows Store apps provide users with a consistent way to access commands whenever they need them in the context of the current page (and even for the app) to navigate through various sections in an app. App bars (a bottom app bar and, optionally, a top app bar) are hidden by default and are accessible with a swipe gesture from the bottom of the screen, with a right-click of the mouse, or with the Windows+Z keyboard shortcut. They are dismissed when the user makes an edge swipe or when the user interacts with the user. App bars can also be shown and hidden programmatically.

Windows Store app developers should consider using the app bars to place commands in the context of the page as well ...

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