In the previous chapter, you learned about the basic controls available to a developer. This chapter continues the control discussion with data controls. Data controls, like basic controls, are designed with presentation and interaction with the end user in mind. They are meant to be seen by the end user. What separates data controls from basic controls is that data controls are tailored to present sets of data to the user in an optimized manner, while most basic controls are meant to either take input from the user or present scalar information to the user.
As you did in the previous chapter, you will be using the UWP ...