DevRadioNov 30, 2012 at 4:00AM0
Abstract: Jennifer Marsman welcomes Technical Architect, Jason Follas to the show as they discuss how Jason developed his apps – Knave Defender and Knave 21 – for Windows 8. Tune in as they chat about his experience as well as some tips and tricks for getting your app in the Windows Store.
In this short video, Jennifer Marsman gives a quick introduction to multitouch development in Silverlight. She briefly discusses the major differences between multitouch development in Silverlight and WPF, and then demonstrates a Silverlight multitouch code sample where an "Ouch" will...
The Windows 7 Sensor and Location Platform enables your applications to adapt to their current environment and change the way they look or behave. For example, imagine an application that uses a light sensor to detect the difference between indoor and outdoor light, and changes the brightness...
Jennifer Marsman gives an introduction to Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO) with simple coding demos that illustrate how to utilize Windows Forms controls in Office documents, execute
code when a value in a spreadsheet changes, read and write data to a spreadsheet, and create a document action...
Jennifer Marsman will walk you through creating a simple Silverlight blog badge which promotes a conference, using Expression Blend. In Part 2, she shows you how to create a flipping
clock which counts down the days, hours, minutes, and seconds to the conference.
Jennifer Marsman will walk you through creating a simple Silverlight blog badge which promotes a conference, using Expression Blend. In Part 1, she shows you how to create an animation
to attract attention and create a button to take the user to the conference registration page.