Moving to the Universal Windows Platform: Porting an App from Windows 8.1 XAML or Windows Phone Silverlight to Windows 10

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Do you have a Windows 8.1 or Silverlight app today? Want to take advantage of moving to a single code base and delivering your app with ease on to multiple Windows devices? Come learn about porting strategies of moving your existing code to the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) for Windows 10 What works, what's difficult and how to be most productive in getting to Windows 10 quickly.

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XAML/UX

Day:

3

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

3-741

Room:

Hall 1A

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    martin aoseb

    very good

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    juni putro

    free dowonload windows 10

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    killerrin

    I wonder if Windows 10 will support the Lockscreen provider which is within the Windows Phone 8/8.1 Silverlight apps. I have several apps which I would love to re-integrate features into which I had to cut when I converted them to Windows 8 Universal

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    Tiago Pedroso

    Then... Finally the Windows Form will die in Windows 10?

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    aaron

    My package.appxmanifest editor wont open in the designer in the new VS 2015 RC so I'm forced to edit it the old fashioned way. How can I add file extensions to a windows universal app(windows 10) like this one from an 8.1 app:
    <Extensions>

    <Extension Category="windows.fileTypeAssociation">

    <FileTypeAssociation Name="mp3">

    <DisplayName>mp3</DisplayName>

    <SupportedFileTypes>

    <FileType>.mp3</FileType>

    <FileType>.wma</FileType>

    <FileType>.wav</FileType>

    </SupportedFileTypes>

    </FileTypeAssociation>

    </Extension>

    </Extensions>

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