@AnilApex: you have access to parts if the end user provides access. Check out https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/windows.storage.accesscache.storageapplicationpermissions.futureaccesslist.aspx.
@Abhishek Gupta: There is Visual Studio for Mac.
@LosSandreas: @Oguz: APIs 100% are. we have a WinForms sample, we'll ask about doing the APIs in WPF.
@Developer: It is the right video, I think we just did the numbering incorrect. It corrected itself at video 9.
@Xeeling: we are working on it
@kiko: and we're updated with the new version Bob sent over :)
@kiko: Bob made me aware of this, we are uploading a new version, may be an hour before it is corrected
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ROBOTS!!!!!!!! The hardcore flippers were good. Also believe the spinners were hardcore good. I actually had a good design a while back but this was long ago ...
really? you brought in a baby!??!?
@Valered: yup, stuff like that will start getting outside the scope of the lessons here, I suggest asking / looking it up over at the forums on http://dev.windowsphone.com or www.stackoverflow.com
@Valered: yup, listen to the same event for both. following a very similar pattern as above.
I suggest trying out stuff like this in one-off applications so you can play with stuff and try new ways of doing stuff without messing up your code base (this is also why we have source control)