UI. View Management Namespace
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Provides support for handling and managing the various views associated with the active Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app.
Provides access to the high contrast accessibility settings.
Provides methods for switching to an app view in response to an activation.
Represents the active application view and associated states and behaviors.
Contains the results of a window (app view) consolidation operation.
Provides methods and properties for controlling layout scaling.
Represents the app view switching behaviors for an app.
Represents the title bar of an app.
Represents information about a window drag operation.
Enables an app to receive notifications when the docked touch keyboard, or Soft Input Panel (SIP), is about to be displayed or hidden, and to determine which portion of the application's window is obscured by the input pane.
The InputPane APIs provide accurate occlusion information for a docked panel only. For Windows 10 Creators Fall Update and newer, we reccomend using the following APIs to handle occlusion by docked, undocked, moveable, and transitory input panes such as Soft Input Panels (SIP), Input Method Editor (IME) candidate windows, floating toolbars, and so on.
Defines a set of methods for managing the windows (app views) sent to secondary displays, such as projectors.
Provides methods and properties for interacting with the status bar associated with an app view (window). The status bar is a user experience that the system presents on the top edge (typically) of the screen that allows users to control behavior of the device and can present progress.
Provides methods and properties for interacting with the progress indicator on the status bar on a window (app view).
Contains a set of common app user interface settings and operations.
Contains event data for the AnimationsEnabledChanged event.
Contains event data for the AutoHideScrollBarsChanged event.
Contains event data for the MessageDurationChanged event.
Represents UI states and behaviors associated with the device mode (Tablet or Desktop) and input device type.
Represents the preferred settings to be applied to a view when it's changed to a new view mode.
The bounds used by the framework to lay out the contents of a window (app view).
Defines constants that specify the view mode of an app window.
Defines the set of display orientation modes for a window (app view).
Specifies the set of app view state changes that can be handled.
ApplicationViewState may be altered or unavailable for releases after Windows 8.1. Instead, query for window layout sizes directly.
Defines a set of options for window (app view) switching behaviors.
Defines constants that specify whether the app window is auto-sized, full-screen, or set to a specific size on launch.
Defines constants that specify how the app responds to edge gestures when in full-screen mode.
Defines the set of directional preferences for the user interface presented by the app view.
Defines constants that specify known system color values.
Defines the set of user interface element types.
Specifies the UI view, optimized for input device type.
Defines the set of possible general window (app view) size preferences.