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Nick Randolph's .NET Travels



Continually looking for the yellow brick road so I can catch me a wizard....Join me as I explore the world of cool devices, neat technology and uber geeks. I spend most of my time talking about Microsoft related technologies such as the .NET Framework, SQ



 



View Model States and Connecting them to Xamarin Forms Visual States using BuildIt

Sun, 15 Oct 2017 12:44:28 +0600

In my previous post on Getting Started with Visual States in Xamarin Forms using BuildIt.Forms I showed a very basic example of defining and triggering Visual States within a Xamarin Forms application. However, most applications have more complexity where each page is typically data bound to a corresponding ViewModel and it is the ViewModel which encapsulated the logic of the application. Let me walk through working with a ViewModel using the same basic example I started in my previous post. In this case I’m going to add another panel to the page which will be displayed after the user clicks the Login button, effectively simulating the experience of showing a progress indicator whilst the application is authenticating the user.