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Building Windows Apps That Use Wi-Fi Direct

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Windows makes it easy for developers to create apps that can talk to their device, such as a phones or TV, by using Wi-Fi Direct. This session describes the key concepts, APIs, and samples, and walks through examples that show how Windows Store apps can use these APIs to control Wi-Fi Direct devices.

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  • Ian WalkerIan2 In geeks we trust ...

    Great presentation! 

    I thought WiFi Direct was just an Intel technology? - Will it work on an RT device as well?

    BTW Iterate is pronounced it-ur-rate

  • Mitch DennyMitch Denny

    I think you mean WiDi (Wireless Display).

  • hmmhmm

    10:31 - sh*t?

  • Sedrick BouknightSedrick Bouknight

    We need the wifi direct capability on windows phone 8 as well...
    That's a big ecosystem gap in terms of app/device communication
    XBoxOne|Win8|WP8|WinWatch all have to match up on the core elements - comm., storage, settings (managment), sensors, media, etc...

    Hopefully the reorg will help to get those lined up.

  • BobBob

    10:31 shows us this guy is like us. So glad that is in there. Hilarious.

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