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Jeremi Sobierski authored and m-romaniuk committed Apr 5, 2023
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<img src="/assets/images/tutorials/100/AppNavigation_PagesIntoStack.png" style="height:517px; width:800px"/>


When we want to go from one page to another, we must add this new page to the navigation stack. The page will be placed at the top of the stack and will become visible for the user.
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<img src="/assets/images/tutorials/100/AppNavigation_Push.png" style="height:582px; width:800px"/>


To return to the previous page, it is necessary to pop the current page from the stack. NavigationPage contains the navigation bar at the top of the screen which handles process of going to the previous page by default.
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<img src="/assets/images/tutorials/100/AppNavigation_Pop.png" style="height:588px; width:800px"/>

**Go to the root**

NavigationPage allows to go back directly to the root page.
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<img src="/assets/images/tutorials/100/AppNavigation_GoToRoot.png" style="height:592px; width:800px"/>

Now we know how the navigation system works in Xamarin.Forms. It is time to learn how to implement it in our code.

## 3. Importing and building solution

Now, we will set up a Visual Studio environment for further development.

Step 1: Download and unpack **[](** file.
Step 1: Download and unpack **[](** file.

Step 2: Click File > Open > Project/Solution...

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<img src="/assets/images/tutorials/100/AppNavigation_1_7_InitialState.png" style="height:600px; width:338px"/>


## 1. Goal
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_Main page_ allows the user to navigate to the _Blue page._ From there, one can change page to _Green page__Red page_ or return to the previous page. Both _Green page_ and _Red page_ provides methods to return to previous page or go back to the _root page_ .

As the final result, we receive an application that allows smooth navigation between pages. The implemented code uses the capabilities of the NavigationPage class, builds and modifies the navigation stack.

## 2. Setting up navigation service
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## 4. Binding the view model to the view

The last thing to do is to combine our view model _AppViewModel.cs_ _with_ views. We are going to use the binding technique.
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## 5. Testing

Congratulation! Our application is finished.
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