UWP 027 | Canvas and Shapes


While we don’t particularly need their services in the remainder of the lessons in this series, no introduction to building user interfaces with the Universal Windows Platform would be complete without discussing absolute positioning layout using the Canvas layout control, and how to position lines, rectangles and ellipses to create geometry-centric elements in our apps. The lesson also demonstrates how to order the shapes (and other XAML controls) on the Z index in a 3D plane.

Lesson source code: https://github.com/Windows-Readiness/…

Full series source code: https://github.com/Windows-Readiness/…

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