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Silverlight- AutoCompleteBox Control Example

Updated: Mar 18, 2019

In this article we will be seeing how to create Silverlight AutoCompleteBox control.



Steps Involved:

Creating a Silverlight Application:

  • Open Visual Studio 2010.

  • Go to File => New => Project.

  • Select Silverlight from the Installed templates and choose the Silverlight Application template.

  • Enter the Name and choose the location.

  • Click OK.

  • In the New Silverlight Application wizard check the "Host the Silverlight Application in a new Web site".

  • Click OK.

Creating the UI:

Open MainPage.xaml file and replace the code with the following.

<UserControl xmlns:sdk="" x:Class="SilverlightApplication10.MainPage"  xmlns=""  xmlns:x=""  xmlns:d=""  xmlns:mc=""  mc:Ignorable="d"  d:DesignHeight="300" d:DesignWidth="400">

<Canvas Background="AntiqueWhite"  Height="250"  Width="250" > <TextBlock Canvas.Left="5"  Canvas.Top="10"  Text="Autocompltete Control"  Foreground="Blue"  FontFamily="Arial"  FontSize="16"  Width="130"  FontWeight="Bold"> </TextBlock> <TextBlock x:Name="txtName"  Canvas.Left="5"  Canvas.Top="60"  Text="Enter the Name:"  Foreground="Black"  FontFamily="Arial"  FontSize="16"  Width="130"> </TextBlock> <sdk:AutoCompleteBox x:Name="autoComplete"  Canvas.Top="60"  Height="20"  Width="100"  Canvas.Left="136" /> </Canvas> </UserControl>

Open MainPage.xaml.cs file and replace the code with the following.

public MainPage()         {             InitializeComponent(); List<string> names = new List<string>();             names.Add("Anand");             names.Add("Arun");             names.Add("Arjun");             names.Add("Arul");             names.Add("Bala");             names.Add("Balaji");             names.Add("Barani");             names.Add("Buji");             autoComplete.ItemsSource = names;         }

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