A style resource defines the format and look for a UI. A style can be applied to an individual View (from within a layout file) or to an entire Activity or application (from within the manifest file). With formal proportions and classic beauty, the Neoclassical style reflects architecture of Greece and Rome. You can change the values of individual properties that have been set by a Style at run time and your new values overwrite the Setters values. A TargetType value is required for all cases where you use or declare a Style There is no default value.
Controls don’t need to reference a style with a Style attribute value and a StaticResource markup extension reference to a key to get this behavior, it’s implicit behavior if those controls match an existing implicit style’s type. Both styles are similar in that they look to connect indoors and outdoors, but contemporary homes tend to emphasize energy efficiency, sustainable materials, lots of natural light and the use of recycled non-toxic materials.
The Federal Colonial style, also know the Adam style, is modeled after Roman classicism Similar to the Georgian Colonial style, Federal Colonial style differs with the addition of wings off to each side of the original box shape and tends to have more decorative embellishments than other Colonial styles.
Most of these styles are characterized by a curved roof that expands far beyond the exterior walls and are often framed with beautiful landscaping. They are generally thought of as utilitarian rather than sexy panties, but in the right fabric and style can be quite sensual.
Tall columns and pediments, painted plaster exterior, horizontal transoms, symmetrical shape, bold moldings and embellishments are all key to the style. When a salesperson doesn’t style shift they end up attracting other selling related problems such as unnecessary sales objections and poor client rapport.