In this second video, Bob gets started by creating the project and focusing on how to retrieve data from the weather API. He demonstrates how to deserialize the JSON returned from the weather service into an object graph of classes created to represent the data structures in the JSON, and also how to...
Bob kicks off the start of a new project: a cute weather app pulling current weather app from an online weather service, utilizing the user's device to determine the user's current location and even adding a Live Tile on the Start page that updates every 30 minutes with the latest weather.
In this seventh and final video, Bob submits the finished app to the store. He shows you where to go, how to upload the final package, and generally how easy it is to get your app into the Windows Store. (As you know, the app passes and is currently available!)
In this sixth video, Bob explains the purpose of the Package.AppXManifest and demonstrates how to reference the artwork for the app to display a splash screen, and the artwork for the store, for the start menu and more.