Showing posts with label Window Store. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Window Store. Show all posts

Monday, February 25, 2013

Windows Store Apps: A Guide for WPF and Silverlight Developers

Windows Runtime, or WinRT, is the new Microsoft framework for building Windows Store apps targeting Windows 8. Windows Runtime supports development in C#, Visual Basic .NET and C++ as well as JavaScript. Windows Store apps run on both x86, x64 and Windows RT platforms without modification. These apps can run on both tablets and Windows 8 desktop computers. Windows Store apps can't run on Windows Phone 8, however. You can write apps for Windows 8 and Windows RT that share code and look the same to users on each device because each has a Windows Runtime, a core CLR and similar XAML UI vocabularies; but you still need to build them as two different apps and publish them to two different stores: the Windows Store and the Windows Phone Store. Because of the differences in the APIs, you'll also need to modify and adapt some code—UI design in particular—to the different form factors and resolutions.

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Sunday, February 24, 2013

How I Built a Windows Store App With HTML5 and SVG

Paint 4 Kids is a Windows Store app, specifically designed for kids. A simple app for coloring and drawing. You can read of the consumer's features directly from the Windows Store site, where you can also see some screen shots. For this article, you can simply think of it as an app that has several drawings and you can interact with them.

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Monday, February 11, 2013

Create Windows Store Apps with HTML5 and JavaScript

Not only has Bill Gates' dream of a computer on every desk and in every home come to fruition, but the advent of devices such as the Surface tablet has taken his dream even further. In addition to the Surface, there has been an explosion of new consumer-­oriented devices in every form factor possible. In other words, computers are everywhere.

Consider that on those computers are more than 1 billion existing Windows installations worldwide, with 300 million Windows 7 licenses sold each year in the previous two years. Combine the current, upgradable Windows installation base with the rapidly growing market of Windows 8 devices such as the Surface and you have the formula for monetization success. This is Windows reimagined—the unparalleled opportunity for you to make money by publishing apps in the Windows Store.

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Saturday, January 5, 2013

Mobile Services Custom Parameters in Windows Store apps

Well, it's now 2013, and I spent some time over the holidays messing around with using custom parameters in my mobile service… Windows Azure Mobile Services makes it rather easy to both read data from and modify data in a mobile service by using HTTP requests to the CRUD operations: POST, GET, PATCH. and DELETE. GET requests use an OData-style query URI to select data, and POST is used to send a new JSON object to be inserted. Pretty simple stuff really, and the client libraries make it very easy to do in your apps. 


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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Playing with Windows Store apps apps

The past months I've been working on creating new, exciting Windows Store apps, using the Windows Library for Javascript, WinJS. Fortunately, since most of my work is web-related, not to mention all the node.js projects I've been involved in (thanks @woloski!) the adaptation wasn't so hard. But leaving the code aside, one of the most exciting challenges about Windows 8 apps is the UI/UX (after all, we're creating touch-interactive applications). Furthermore, they have its own way of organizing and displaying the content. So you should be very meticulous on topics like what and how (much) to show (there are some useful guidelines about this on msdn, like this one).

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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Shortcut Key Handling in Windows Store Apps

I wanted to create a simple ALT+S shortcut in my app to jump to a TextBox in my Windows Store App (no this is not the Win+Q search charm shortcut). However, this is not that obvious to get working app-wide, so I'll share it here: The obvious way to do this is assign a KeyDown event to your page using the typical "this.KeyDown += MyKeyDownHandler", or override OnKeyDown. However this has one problem: If any control that has focus currently handles key down events (like TextBox), this event won't be raised due to how event bubbling works. However there is another way to create an event handler that overrides the bubbling: UIElement.AddHandler. In the 3rd parameter of that, you can specify that you want to be notified even if the event has been handled.

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Windows Store App: Working with HTML 5 Menu Flyout

Windows Store applications target the Windows 8's new runtime, WinRT. They can be programmed using JavaScript, C#, VB.NET, C++ etc. In this article, we will see how to develop a Windows Store application using JavaScript and Html 5.

To design the application, we must use WinJS.UI namespace, which is provided in WinRT. This namespace provides UI controls and objects to manipulate data. We have been provided with following control libraries for creating UI.

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