How to detect when a user completes changing WinRT XAML Slider value?

Someone has asked me why we couldn’t detect when a user completes changing slider value (via dragging the slider thumb, clicking the slider, up/down keyboard and so on). At first, I was kind of surprise to learn that there is no such thing as a completed slider event.

However, if you think about it, how do you know when the value change event is over? You can’t really know unless you set a specific duration that you will be certain that a user is done with the slider.

So I think the best way to do it is to set up a timer to detect when our user stops interacting with the slider.

Let’s see the code:

Hope this helps!

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One thought on “How to detect when a user completes changing WinRT XAML Slider value?

  1. Pingback: Como saber si el usuario termino de cambiar los valores de un Slider con C# y XAML: Windows Phone, WinRT, WFP, Silverlight | Hugox Weblog

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