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Showing posts with label Window Applications. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Window Applications. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Windows 8 XAML Tips - Detect App Deactivation

Detecting when a Windows 8 Store app is deactivated isn't as easy as you would expect. In the Windows Phone project templates, you will find the Application_Launching(), Application_Activated(), Application_Deactivated() and Application_Closing() methods in the App.xaml.cs. But those methods don't exist in the Windows Store project templates. There is an OnSuspending() method, but you can't use it to detect deactivation. You use it to store your data when suspending the app. This will probably be fired a few seconds later than deactivation.


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