Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Creating a UI for Background Transfer Requests

In the Windows Phone Toolkit - August 2013 update we add a TransferControl element to the set of XAML controls. You can use this control to more easily create a UI that shows the progress of a background transfer, either an upload or a download. The control also gives the app user the option to cancel a background transfer while it is in progress. Get the source code and sample in the Windows Phone Toolkit - look for the TransferControl sample on the main page after running the app. TransferControl is your best tool for indicating background file transfer progress. The default style and behavior of this control follows Windows Phone UX guidelines. Using this control can help you make sure your app meets the requirements for certification. The Windows Phone Store requires apps to give the user the option to view and to cancel all active and pending background transfers (see requirement 6.10 in Additional requirements for specific app types for Windows Phone). This pre-built XAML control can help you more easily meet that app certification requirement.

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