34 packages returned for Tags:"Behaviors"

Easily add interactivity to your apps using XAML Behaviors. Now with UWP support! Behaviors encapsulate reusable functionalities for elements that can be easily added to your XAML without the need for more imperative code. This is the managed version for C# UWP projects.
Behaviors plugin form Xamarin Forms
  • 13,628 total downloads
  • last updated 4/15/2017
  • Latest version: 2.3.7
  • Xamarin Behaviors
Porting of Blend behaviors core infrastructure to Xamarin Forms
MSP Toolkit
MSP Toolkit provides some helpers and utilites for WP7 maded by Russian Microsoft Student Partners. Includes: - TrialHelper - IsolatedStorageHelper - TileImageGenerator - HtmlTextBox - SwitchFocusOnKeyPressBehavior - TextBoxWatermarkBehavior - WebBrowserHtmlPropertyBehavior Single-byte... More information
MVVM Helpers
MVVM Helpers is a library of helpers for WPF to implement the MVVM design pattern, it also includes several Blend behaviors, attached behaviors, extension methods and general .NET classes to aid in the development of WPF applications.
Google Analytics for Windows Phone 7 and 8
Get Google Analytics to work with your Windows Phone application. The package is based on the original Microsoft Silverlight Analytics Framework but focusses on getting Google Analytics to work with Windows Phone.
thinktecture UIAnnotations for WPF
With thinktecture UIAnnotations you can declarative attach visual Adorners and Expression Blend Behaviors to your user interfaces, including smart tags, editor toolbars and visual state markers for required fields, edit states and more. It also can automatically attach adorners to elements while... More information
MVVM Helpers is a library of classes for WPF, WinRT, WinPRT, Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android to implement the MVVM design pattern. It also includes several Blend behaviors, attached behaviors, extension methods and general .NET classes to aid in the development of .NET applications.
Response MVVM Helpers
Blend Behaviors to help designer-developer collaboration for WPF, Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 as outlined in the article "A Designer Friendly Approach to MVVM" at http://www.silverlightshow.net/items/A-Designer-friendly-Approach-to-MVVM-Part-I.aspx.