Windows 7 Mobile app

Posted on 2011-10-25
Last Modified: 2014-11-12

I'm developing my first windows 7 mobile app and have a couple of questions.  I am new to this so you will probably think these questions are basic but as I said I am new.

1. I have a MainPage.xaml that has a textbox control named 'username', I want to be able to access this control from my other page: Loggedin.xaml.  I am not sure how I can get to its value.

2. I am looking to generate a table of results from a webservice,  I would have normally used a table for this and then inserted rows but I cannot see what I need to use for this?

Thats it for now but I have no doubt that I will be back soon with more questions.

Thank you

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    by:Luis Pérez
    Better than just answer to this 2 concrete questions, I strongly recommend you to visit:

    This is a clear and very well structured tutorial for those who are starting in Windows Phone 7 development. There you'll find the answer to this 2 questions and to many more that for sure you'll find in the next days.

    Tip: the answer to your first question is in Day 2.

    Hope that helps.
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    Before going to development u should be clear with different types of event that is happening in page navigation...

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