[This documentation is preliminary and is subject to change.]
Defines an instance of a window (app view) and the information that describes it.
The MSAppView object has these types of members:
The MSAppView object has these methods.
Closes the view (window).
Asynchronously posts the provided message to the message queue of the target window corresponding to the MSAppView object.
The MSAppView object has these properties.
Gets the ID for the window that’s associated with the MSAppView object.
To obtain an instance of this type, call MSApp.getViewOpener. A window (also called an "app view") is the displayed portion of a Windows Store app, and which can be variably sized by the user. A user's screen can have up to 4 app views of variable width displayed simultaneously, with a combined horizontal pixel width equal to that of the display device's horizontal resolution.
Build date: 7/22/2013