Monday, October 14, 2013

How to Add Tapped Event to the Textbox in Windows 8 Application.

Over the forum discussion, some one asked an question “Tapped Event” is not occurring/firing in his application, so I have decided to write a quick code snippet for the same solution.

I did quick work around and added AddHandler() method. And it adds a routed event handler for a specified routed event.

See the following code snippet:

txtMyTextBox.AddHandler(TappedEvent, new TappedEventHandler(txtMyTextBox_Tapped), true);

void txtMyTextBox_Tapped(object sender, TappedRoutedEventArgs e)
            MessageDialog msgDialog = new MessageDialog("Tapped Event occour", "Windows 8 App");

            //OK Button
            UICommand okBtn = new UICommand("OK");
            okBtn.Invoked = OkBtnClick;

            //Cancel Button
            UICommand cancelBtn = new UICommand("Cancel");
            cancelBtn.Invoked = CancelBtnClick;

            //Show message

Here is a completed source code.

Hope it will help, Happy Coding.


Mike J. Cantero said...

A Tapped event speaks to a motion, while a Pointerpressed event is a lower-level info event. Tapped and Pointerpressed events could be raised as the consequence of a single user association. On the off chance that the event source has a nondefault Manipulationmode, Manipulationstarting could be raised as well. Regardless of the possibility that a control is as of now taking care of Pointerpressed in the control rationale, or is taking care of controls, that doesn't prevent Tapped from being raised.

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Sarah Taylor said...

You have explained very briefly and positively .how to Add Tapped Event to the Textbox in Windows 8 Application. It would be helpful for windows app development