Showing posts with label Win8. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Win8. Show all posts

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Writing a Win8 App with VisualStudio and TFS

A lot of people ask me how they can write a Windows 8 App with Visual Studio and Team Foundation Service (our online, hosted version of Team Foundation Server). In fact, I was talking with a friend recently whom I used to code with about 10 years ago. It had been a long time since he programmed with C# (nearly 10 years?) as he now spends most of his time programming low level driver code. He challenged me with how fast a "new" developer could get started with writing a Windows 8 App. He set the challenge asking if a new developer could get started in under 1 day. Challenge accepted. Challenge accomplished. Here is my journey through documenting how a new developer can get started with Windows 8 application development using Visual Studio & Team Foundation Service.


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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Ensuring your Windows 8 Game Passes Certification

PEGI and game age rating should be of interest to anyone who is distributing creating games that they have made. If you are developing games and uploading them to any store for people to play then you should know what content fits into what rating category, and I hope the following information will give you some further details and confirmation to ensure your game passes certification for the Windows 8 store.


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Saturday, September 15, 2012

Searching in Windows 8

Windows 8 Store Applications can take advantage of the shared "Charms" that you see when you swipe in from the right edge of your Windows 8 device (or press Win-C). The top charm is searching and it provides tremendous functionality at relatively little programming effort.

When you click search Windows 8 assumes you want to search the current application if that application has registered a Search "contract." If it has not, Windows 8 will assume you want to search the applications, as shown in the figure (click on the figure for full size).

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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Building Your First Win8 Enterprise App

You are a business analyst charged with understanding the retail market. You've decided to create an application that will display the relative revenues for the key stores in your district.  Obtaining the data is easy, but you'd like a graphic representation of the revenue volume for each of the key stores. 


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