Windows 8 and WinRT from a C++ perspective
- Posted: Jul 16, 2012 at 9:12AM
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This is a recording from the 6th edition of the Belgian Community Day (21 June 2012).
The Windows 8 Runtime (WinRT) is the cornerstone for developing native C++ applications for the Windows 8 Metro platform. This session will explain what exactly the WinRT is, what it is capable of, and how to use it for your C++ Metro applications. You will also see a few language changes that have been made to C++ to make it easier to use the WinRT. The Metro UI aspect of C++ Metro applications can be implemented using XAML or DirectX. This session will go deeper in on how to use XAML and the XAML designers to develop UI for C++ Apps.
Speaker: Marc Grégoire
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