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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Developer's Compendium: The Best of Packt for Extending SharePoint by Carl Jones

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Simple page navigation

Up to now, we've learned how to create a WebClient to request data from the network. We have used that to get an RSS feed and parse the data into a list of RSS items. We then bound that data to a listbox where we displayed the title and the date of the posts. An RSS post is more than just a title and a date though. The user needs some way to read the entire post. In this section, we will perform simple page navigation with the following steps:

  • Build a details view page
  • Set up a new event handler to listen for selected item changes on the listbox
  • When the event handler is triggered, build an URI for navigation
  • Navigate to the details view page
  • Handle the loaded event on the details view page

Building multiple page applications ...

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