Windows 8 and Windows are not the same platform. This module will cover how they are different by going over the UI and XAML, Platform specific features and reviewing the data model and supporting code. [06:15] - Windows and Windows Phone convergence [13:25] - UI and XAML [23:13] - Data model and…
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Abstract: Nisha Baxi and Jerry Nixon are back for today’s show as they welcome Developer Evangelist Daniel Egan to talk about how you can migrate your Windows Phone App to a Window 8 application. Tune in as they discuss what steps are needed, the level of effort that is required, what design and…
H3 Solutions, Inc. is a start-up based in the DC area that provides SharePoint consulting services and integrated SharePoint mobile solutions to both public sector and private sector customers. In this interview with Zhiming Xue “Z”, Mick Herres, VP of Technology, Joe Herres, VP of Product, and…
Just as you use Xcode to build iOS apps, you use Visual Studio to build Windows Store apps. This video gives a quick comparison of the two. For more resources to help iOS developers get started building Windows Store apps, go to http://aka.ms/iOStoWindows.
Just as you use Eclipse to build Android apps, you use Visual Studio to build Windows Store apps. This video gives a brief comparison of the two. For more resources to help Android app developers get started building Windows Store apps, go to http://aka.ms/AndroidtoWindows.
If you need to test location-aware web apps on a desktop or laptop, IE11's new Emulation tool makes it easy to simulate GPS and feed your app the coordinates you need to test. For more information, read the Emulation tool documentation.
Are you new to Windows 8 or wondering what Windows 8 is all about? This video introduces you to several Windows 8 features, including the new user interface, live tiles, charms, the Windows Store, and using multiple apps on-screen. You'll also get to know Visual Studio—a powerful tool for designing,…
Use Background Transfer to complete large file downloads and uploads that continue even while your app is in the background. To learn more, see Transferring data in the background on the Windows Dev Center and download the Background Transfer sample.