Wednesday, June 5, 2013

How to apply a background to a Panorama using binding

In the next few days I'm going to publish a new application called Movies Tracker, which can be used to keep track of the movies you've already seen or that you would like to see. The application is totally built with the MVVM pattern, using Caliburn Micro as framework. The application makes great use of the Panorama control: in the main page, I use it to display different movies categories; in the movie detail, I use it to display different information about the movie (the poster, the cast, the story, etc.). To give to the application a better look and feel, I've decided to use as a background of every Panorama an image taken from the movie, kindly provided by The Movie Database.

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