Building a Navigation ListBox - by Nigel Sampson
A common usage pattern for a ListBox is to use it as a navigation list, when you select the item the application navigates to a new page. This usually involves either wiring into the ListBox SelectionChanged event, or using some sort of GestureTrigger.
Why not build the navigation functionality directly into the ListBox itself. Each item bound the NavigationList will expose a property with the uri. Much like the charting controls we'll then supply a Binding to the list that will be used for each item when it's selected.
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