In an earlier post I published the project template for Blend to enable a way to create a SketchFlow prototype for a Windows Phone application. This post adds information on how to go from there.
This post: how to add an a panorama view.
NOTE: an update was made to the project template ZIP-file. You will need that update to follow the rest of this post. You can download it from here. For installation instructions, see the first post.
In this update the background of LayoutRoot of the PhoneUI component was set to transparent.
Once you have created a project based on the template, create a new screen or select an existing screen like App Settings Screen. In this tutorial I’ll be using the App Settings Screen. For a detailed description how to create your own screen, take a look at the first post.
Now you need a panorama. Maybe you have drawn something the “old way” (you know, using paper and pencil). You can scan that image and use it. For this tutorial I use this sample I drawn myself (yes, you call me “Picasso” as well). It is a panorama showing 5 different groups of data.
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