This was awesome, thanks for making it happen Seth!
I'd love to see more videos like this with similar content depth, keep them coming.
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Great session really informative!
Should the back button in windowed apps work in current build 10074? The following code currently doesn't seem to do anything for me :(
SystemNavigationManager.GetForCurrentView().AppViewBackButtonVisibility = AppViewBackButtonVisibility.Visible;
Is there a way we can use x:Bind to bind on ViewModel commands from inside a DataTemplate? I can't seem to get the syntax correctly :(
I have to say, this is really impressive.
I think a lot of companies who own data will be able to leverage this technology in very interesting ways.
I just played around with the integration (I'd like to use it for my app) and it just doesn't work for me.
I tries the MSDN Voice Search and when I say for example "MSDN find pick up laundry", Cortana saves a note. "MSDN do homework" saves a note too.
I know that that isn't what you'd search for in MSDN, but in my app (a Todoist client) that's what I need. Is this the intended behavior and if so, can I somehow turn it if the command prefix is my app's prefix?