Tutorial: Build Windows 8 Devices App

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Learn how to build this Project Siena app for browsing Windows 8 devices.

View and filter available Windows 8 devices by type and manufacturer. Save and compare devices. Estimate total costs, and take handwritten notes.

Files to build this app are coming soon.

Want more? Check out the rest of the Microsoft Project Siena tutorials and demos on our website.

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    nestorsanta​na

    Excellent Work!  The tutorial is very easy to follow and you can have an app working in front of your clients in just 10 minutes.

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    3steveco33

    Excellent. Thank You.

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    fish

    Hi,

    Is it possible to make a search bar and find Screens?

    Thanks!

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    Wanna See

    The controls for the video are blocking the view of the bottom part of the screen and I can't see what the options are and what is being clicked.

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    Wanna See

    Duh, if I move my mouse pointer away from the video area I can see it fine.

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    Rick Henderson

    This was posted in February and there are still no sample files?

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    Rick Henderson

    So this video should really be titled Siena 102, because Siena 101 was the video that contained the assets.

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    qfinger

    Great Video - Love Siena!

    Two questions:

    1. How does the app refresh the Excel data if you need to update say the pricing in your example spreadsheet?

    2. How will you deploy the source excel files with your app to any PC client, surely the path and location will differ?

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    AleBros

    Your video is great! Where can we find a Siena's reference guide? Is it yet available?

    I would like to format a number using Italian currency setting (1.000,00 €) how can I do?
    Is there a way to use client base setting, like the method Format(myNr, "c"), or using something like {0,c} ?

    Thank you!

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    Yurii

    How to put image into cell in excel worksheet?

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