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Regions

A region is a placeholder in the application UI into which modules are injected.

You can mark a control as a region using any of the following approaches.

  • Set the UIRegion.Region attached property.

  • Attach the UIRegion behavior to the control.

Once the control is marked as a region, modules are injected into this control from the ModuleManager.

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