SecondaryTile.SecondaryTile(String, String, String, String, TileOptions, Uri) constructor
[This constructor may be altered or unavailable for releases after Windows 8.1. Instead, use SecondaryTile.SecondaryTile(String, String, String, Uri, TileSize).]
Creates a SecondaryTile object as a medium tile.
var secondaryTile = new Windows.UI.StartScreen.SecondaryTile(tileId, shortName, displayName, arguments, tileOptions, logoReference);
A string that will uniquely identify the tile within your app's package. Choose a unique ID that is descriptive and meaningful to your app. It is limited to 64 characters and must begin with a number or letter and be composed of the characters a-z, A-Z, 0-9, period (.), or underscore (_). If you provide the same ID as that of an existing secondary tile, the existing secondary tile will be overwritten. Can be set or retrieved through the TileId property.
A short name to display directly on the tile if the app chooses to do so. Anything over 40 characters will be truncated. The user has the option to change this value as part of the pinning process. Can be set or retrieved through the ShortName property.
A name, generally longer than the short name, that is displayed in the tile's tooltip and when showing small tiles, such as on the Apps or search results screens. This string is restricted to 256 characters. Can be set or retrieved through the DisplayName property.
An app-defined string meaningful to the calling application. This argument string is passed back to the app when the app is activated from the secondary tile. It will be truncated after 2048 characters. Can be set or retrieved through the Arguments property.
A value that specifies various options such as whether the name will be displayed on the secondary tile. Can be set or retrieved through the TileOptions property.
A reference to a square logo image stored at a URI. Can be set or retrieved through the Logo property. This value can be expressed using one of these schemes:
A path within the deployed app package. This path is resolved for languages and DPI plateau supported by the app.
A file found in the per-user app storage.
Minimum supported client
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2012|
- SecondaryTile(String, String, String, String, TileOptions, Uri, Uri)
- SecondaryTile(String, String, String, Uri, TileSize)
- Secondary tiles sample
Build date: 11/16/2013