So far, the navigation you've seen relies heavily on hyperlinks. When this approach works, it's simple and elegant. However, in some cases you'll want to take more control of the navigation process. For example, hyperlinks work well if you're using pages to model a fixed, linear series of steps that the user traverses from start to finish (such as a wizard). However, if you want the user to complete small sequences of steps and return to a common page, or if you want to configure the sequence of steps based on other details (such as the user's previous actions), you need something more.
You can set the Hyperlink.NavigateUri and Frame.Source properties dynamically. However, the most flexible and ...
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