Creating a Menu Programatically
Creating a menu in XAML has already been demonstrated on the Menu page, here we look at creating and populating a menu completely in code.
First up you need to add a reference to Liquid.Menu.dll in your project.
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The (Simple) XAML
All we have in our XAML is a single Canvas:
The code side of things is a little more involved. Here we create the menu which we call main, this contains 3 child items which we add to the Items collection. Note that for Item 2 we set the Content property, this tells us the menu item has a child menu.
We have an event handler menu_ItemSelected for dealing with menu item selections, the property e.Tag passed in contains the ID of the selected menu item.
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