Using the Silverlight Accordion Control
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Published: 09 Jun 2009
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The Silverlight Toolkit contains the Accordion control, the control that functions similarly to its AJAX equivalent. We'll examine this control and explore is various features, looking at what Silverlight offers over its AJAX equivalent.
by Brian Mains
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If you've worked with ASP.NET AJAX and used the AJAX control toolkit, you may have noticed the Accordion control.  This control provides an expandable and collapsible view of accordion panels within the accordion control.  By clicking on the header expands or collapses that accordion panel.  It's also possible to bind data to the Accordion control in ASP.NET, a subject I've written about before on this site.

The Silverlight Accordion works similarly.  This container provides a default interface to show/hide the accordion's content.  The control can be bound to, creating repeatable AccordionItems to create the Accordion user interface.  We'll examine all of this in this article.

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User Comments

Title: reply   
Name: dana
Date: 2012-03-14 12:53:32 PM
How do I reference the description textblock from code
Title: Accordion imports?   
Name: davraf
Date: 2010-09-06 11:43:07 AM
what's the xmlns to use?
Title: reply   
Name: samantha
Date: 2009-07-01 2:57:24 AM
giv some more code and give a full example how to bind data source to accordion
Title: Re   
Name: Jack
Date: 2009-06-11 9:14:41 PM
Accordion is a fashion style since Outlook first bring it to us, a fashion control
Title: Needs some screen shots   
Name: graphics
Date: 2009-06-11 8:00:30 PM
It is nice to see what the code produces, show a screen shot .....

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