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Solving Circular Navigation in Windows Phone Silverlight Applications

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Here is the first post of a new series called "Windows Phone recipes". The Nonlinear Navigation Service is the first recipe released by Yochay Kiriaty.

Source: The Windows Phone Developer Blog

The main reason we are introducing the Nonlinear Navigation Service is to address a common pattern in Windows Phone Silverlight applications, where a given application has a circular path (also known as a loop) in its page navigation. Loops in an application navigation back-stack can be defined as “duplication” of specific pages in the application back-stack. The Windows Phone Silverlight application model uses pages as the building block of Silverlight applications.



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