Windows 8 GridView, ListView and SnapView - by @JesseLiberty
In a previous posting I demonstrated how you can create a powerful display of grouped data using the SnappedState GridView, which is typically used to fill the screen. Every Windows 8 application must also support SnapView, however, in which your application is allocated 320x768 pixels – that is, your application is squeezed into a relatively thin sliver on the left or right of the screen.
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