Semantic Zoom with Silverlight 5 Pivotviewer: Listing 2

The XAML to create PivotViewer and define properties

   <pivot:PivotViewer.PivotProperties >
     <pivot:PivotViewerNumericProperty 
      Id="Id" 
      Options="None" 
      Binding="{Binding Id}"/ >
     <pivot:PivotViewerStringProperty 
      Id="StaffName"
      DisplayName="Staff Name"
      Options="CanFilter,CanSearchText" 
      Binding="{Binding StaffName}"/ >
     <pivot:PivotViewerDateTimeProperty
      Id="Color" 
      DisplayName="Time Seated"
      Options="CanFilter" 
      Binding="{Binding TimeSeated}"/ >
     <pivot:PivotViewerNumericProperty 
      Id="SizeOfParty" 
      DisplayName="Size of Party"
      Options="CanFilter" 
      Binding="{Binding SizeOfParty}"/ >
   </pivot:PivotViewer.PivotProperties >
 </pivot:PivotViewer >

About the Author

Tony Champion is a software architect with more than 16 years of experience developing with Microsoft technologies. As the president and lead software architect of Champion DS, he remains active in the latest trends and technologies, creating custom solutions on Microsoft platforms. Tony is also a Silverlight MVP. He is currently authoring his first book on Windows 8 and is an active speaker and blogger.

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