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Grouping items in windows 8 crashed app

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  • Can you please suggest me how to bind items in grouped page with more than 900 items. actually if i bind more than 900 items in windows 8 , my app is crashing. and its working fine in win8.1.

     

     

    suresh

    Monday, June 09, 2014 2:42 PM

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  • yes, exactly, UI virtualization is not supported for grouped data. For more info about grouping data, see How to group items in a list or grid. If you need to provide quick navigation through a large set of grouped data, consider using a SemanticZoom control.

    --James


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  • Hi suresh,

    Have you ever read something like Using virtualization with a list or grid, virtualization is the one I believe that you are looking for.

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    Tuesday, June 10, 2014 2:32 AM
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  • Hi Jamles,

    Thanks for answering. i red the article previously. if there is no groups we can bind any number of items, but where as in case of grouping we there is a certain limit i think. i want to over come this.


    suresh

    Tuesday, June 10, 2014 4:57 AM
  • yes, exactly, UI virtualization is not supported for grouped data. For more info about grouping data, see How to group items in a list or grid. If you need to provide quick navigation through a large set of grouped data, consider using a SemanticZoom control.

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