If a view such as your button is meant to simply navigate to another page, instead of defining a tap event handler, you can use the pseudo attribute of z-nav-forward or z-nav-go to navigate to another page. This saves you from having to define an event handler.
You can specify the transition effect if you don't want the default one to be used (which is usually SildeForward).
If your target page acceps one or more parameters, you can also send parameters to the target page declaratively using the following format:
When you use this approach for navigation, it not only is cleaner and quicker to implement, but also helps with Zebble optimization as well. When you use this format Zebble can know about the target pages to which you can go from the current view, and can therefore prepare such pages if needed, to improve the overall user experience and app responsiveness.