Monday, April 29, 2013

Notifications and Background Tasks in Windows 8 Store Apps

Windows 8 Store apps are meant to be geared for an always connected world where our apps are constantly connected (to the internet) and have updates ready for us whenever they are available. Towards this, Windows 8 Store apps have support for a robust Notifications framework that can tell users about updates in various forms like "Toast Notifications", "Live Tile Updates" and "Lock Screen Updates". Today we will see how to use these notification types and also the programmatic APIs that we need to use to make best use of the notifications framework.

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