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2.4 [New features] Now buttons and menu items in dynamic app bar can take advantage of existing trigger actions provided by Blend SDK.
2.3 [Bug fix] Fixed the 'Path cannot be absolute' issue as well as some binding issues of dynamic app bar reported at codeplex. WP8 sample updated to use LongListMultiSelector instead of MultiselectList and the native Pivot instead of LockablePivot.
2.2 [New release] Buddy, I'm glad to announce the support for Windows Phone SDK 8.0. Usages remain the same. If you're upgrading apps to Windows Phone 8.0, just replace the dll without any changes to the existing code. Cheers!
2.1 [New features] A StateChangedTrigger has been added for defining multiple app bars within a page where different state shows different app bar. An examples is the built-in email page where there're two different app bars for both reading and selecting.
2.0 [New features] Many of you have been asking for dynamic app bar. Today I'm happy to announce you've got what you want. With this release, you can easily define multiple app bars within a pivot/pano page where different pivot/pano item shows different app bar.
2.0 Beta [New features] Many of you have been asking for dynamic app bar. Today I'm happy to announce you've got what you want. With this release, you can easily define multiple app bars within a pivot/pano page, and have them switched when a user changes the current pivot/pano item.
1.4 [Bug fix] This is a fix to a regression bug when fixing the last bug. Specifically the initial value of IsEnabled is ignored in the demo code.
1.3 [Bug fix] When using AppBarItemCommand together with MVVM Light Toolkit, especially involving view model locator, the initial value of IsEnabled of an app bar item cannot be set to false via binding to a command object.
1.2 [New features] AppBarItemBehavior and AppBarItemTrigger provide IconUri dependency property for icon uri binding to view model.
1.1 [New features] AppBarPropertyBinder enables you to bind properties from app bar to your view model. Thanks w0rddriven for contributing the code!
1.0 RTW [RTW] Friends, I'm here to announce the AppBarUtils for Windows Phone SDK 7.1 RTW! Thanks for using it!
1.0 RC 3 [Refactoring (breaking changes)] ItemType, ItemText, and DisplayText are refactored to Type, Id, and Text respectively. GoBackAction was added dedicated for go-back. NavigateWithQueryStringAction no longer supports go-back.
1.0 RC 2 [New features] AppBarItemTrigger and AppBarItemBehavior now come with a DisplayText property that you can use to bind the Text property of app bar button/menu item to your view model. Typically you will get benefit from it when supporting multi-language in your app.
1.0 RC [New features] With the IsEnabled dependency property of AppBarItemTrigger, you can now bind the IsEnabled property of app bar button/menu item to your view model.
1.0 Beta 7 [Bug fix (breaking change)] Looks like the Name property of Parameter conflicts with the predefined Name property of XAML. When you try to put two Parameters with the same Name inside the same page, you will encounter this issue. Renamed it to Field.
1.0 Beta 6 [Bug fix] When using NavigateWithQueryStringAction with query string parameters and an empty TargetPage, the app will no longer crash.
1.0 Beta 5 [New features] Let me introduce today's big guy, NavigateWithQueryStringAction. As its name implied, you can set up the query string right inside the xaml. Because it's just a trigger action, it can be used together with any attachable target, not just app bar item. What's more, you can bind the parameter values to the properties of your view model!
1.0 Beta 4 [Refactoring] The same functionality. But the classes have been refactored to only three: AppBarItemCommand, AppBarItemNavigation, and AppBarItemTrigger.
1.0 Beta 3 [New features] Now with AppBarButtonClickedTrigger and AppBarMenuItemClickTrigger at hand, you can take advantage of existing trigger actions provided by Blend SDK and more!
1.0 Beta 2 [New features] The value of IsEnabled property is now based on the return value of CanExecute method and CanExecuteChanged event when doing command binding.
1.0 Beta [Initial release] AppBarButtonCommand, AppBarButtonNavigation, AppBarMenuItemCommand, and AppBarMenuItemNavigation behaviors added, supporting basic command binding and navigation for application bar button/menu item.

Last edited Jun 9, 2013 at 2:32 PM by allenlooplee, version 11

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