Windows Universal Apps, Cimbalino and the App Back Button


Metro Nuggets

One of the things you can add to a Desktop variant of a Universal Windows App is a back button that a developer can add to their app; this back button appears in the top left corner of the app. In order to use the back button, the developer needs to tell it to appear, as well as potentially wire up to the back button’s pressed event, but that’s not the Cimbalino way.

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