The VisualStateManager in Windows 10 apps defines, manages, and transitions between different states of controls on a page. Today we’ll see how to use Blend to create different app states and transition between them.
Read more at the Falafel Software Blog: Windows 10 Development: UI Automation with Blend and VisualStateManager
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