XAML Brewer, by Diederik Krols

In this article we will run through a couple of scenarios using the UWP TeachingTip control. This relatively new control is an animated flyout that according to the documentation “draws the user’s attention on new or important updates and features, remind a user of nonessential options that would improve the experience, or teach a user how a task should be completed”.

The high quality of this official documentation made us decide to skip a high-level introduction and to immediately expose the TeachingTip control to some more challenging ‘enterprise-ish’ scenarios. Here are the things you can expect us to cover in this article:

  • programmatically creating a TeachingTip,
  • precision targeting a XAML control,
  • state management,
  • auto-hiding a TeachingTip on time-out and navigation, and
  • building an inherited control.

We also added a sample that expresses our concerns on the light dismiss behavior, and identified an interesting use case for the TeachingTip as ‘Form…

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Posted by Callon Campbell [MVP]

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