The components of a typical Crosslight for Windows Store project can be seen in the following illustration.
One thing that you must remember, your Windows Store apps should have an application initializer implementation which typically contained in the AppInitializer.cs file under the Infrastructure folder. The application initializer class should implement the IApplicationInitializer Interface which is automatically discovered by Crosslight at runtime.
The AppInitializer class provides methods that connect the apps to the core services in the shared application layer and prepares the necessary configuration for your apps during startup. It looks like the following sample.
Right now, your Windows Store project should be ready, now you can start adding specific functionalities to your app.
Crosslight simplify ways to navigate between page inside application. By using attached property to put inside control for example ListView. Specify DetailNavigationTarget for target ViewModel that you want to use and Crosslight will handle the navigation. Look for code below for more information.
Unfortunately binding in Windows Store apps not include UpdateSourceTrigger in its option, but Intersoft have ways to handle this. The following sample will show how to use it on text box