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WPF C# - scrolling effect like Iphone/Ipod

touyetstouyets Posts: 1Member
Hi all,

I am new to the forum but hoping you can help me out here.

How could I reproduce the effect of scrolling with sticky headers like in [link=]this example[/link]?

I would like a nice sticky header that pushes the current one up in place of the new one. I'm looking to do it with WPF (XAML - C#).




  • trinalditrinaldi Posts: 3Member

    I can't really said HOW to do it. But one thing I know is that Blend is an excellent solution once you learn how to use it. Play with it for a while, search some tutorials. Believe me, I'm can almost say that there's nothing you can't do with XAML.

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