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Multi-user Support in Dev Center

Multi-user Support in Dev Center

12 months ago
Join Shen Chauhan and Victor Soto from the Dev Center Engineering team as he walks you through the new multi-user role based access feature. Victor show you how you can use the power of Azure Active Directory and the Dev Center to assign users various permissions from submitting your app to viewing financial data all […]
Web Application Compatibility Inside Windows 10

Web Application Compatibility Inside Windows 10

1 year ago
In this weeks’ episode we will take a look at the browsers inside Windows 10, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11. We will help answer questions such as, why does Windows 10  have 2 browsers, how do I think about this in the context of web app compatibility, guidance on your long-term web app strategy, […]
Leverage Inking in your UWP Apps

Leverage Inking in your UWP Apps

1 year ago
This week, Shen walked us through the Windows 10 Ink APIs. Here are some more resources for you on this topic: Shen’s blog on adding Ink functionality to your Windows 10 UWP application Shen’s code sample on GitHub Official developer documentation on handling Pen input Official developer documentation Inking code sample From Build 2015 Harness […]
Nerding out with Surface Book

Nerding out with Surface Book

1 year ago
In this week’s show, we nerd-out on the features of the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 that are amazing for IT Pros and Developers. Wonder what makes the Surface Book the ultimate laptop, then take a look at look at this episode. It’s things like NVMe SSDs, connected by PCIe rather than SATA. It’s […]
Exposing and Calling App Services from your UWP app

Exposing and Calling App Services from your UWP app

1 year ago
This week we’re talking about App Services. App Services in UWP allow you to exposes some aspect of your application in such a way that it can be called by other applications. You can think of this being able to write your own web service that exposes your information/functionality directly to other applications on the […]
Detecting and Responding to Battery Status in UWP apps

Detecting and Responding to Battery Status in UWP apps

1 year ago
This week we talked about how you can easily detect the battery status, and respond to that status. It’s become more and more critical that the experiences you create for the end user respect battery status, and if you conditionally operate in a way that preserves that status, your user will be more happy. It’s […]
Using “Drag and Drop” in your Universal Windows App

Using “Drag and Drop” in your Universal Windows App

1 year ago
In Windows 10, we’ve made it exceedingly easy to add "Drag and Drop" functionality to your UWP application. As you’re probably aware, "drag and drop" is by no means a new feature for Windows applications. For a very long time, the notion for the user to able to move objects within a single application, or […]
UWP Layout using SplitView and RelativePanel in C# with XAML

UWP Layout using SplitView and RelativePanel in C# with XAML

1 year ago
This week, Shen and I took a look at how you can very easily use the new XAML SplitView control to build an experience in your UWP application that automatically _adapts_ based on the current size of your application. As you may imagine, this is one of the foundational building blocks we provide to enable […]
“Project Astoria”: Build great Windows apps with your Android™ app code

“Project Astoria”: Build great Windows apps with your Android™ app code

2 years ago
"Project Astoria" lets you build great Windows apps, while reusing your Android app code and tools. Apps built with this technology leverage key Windows interactions, and deliver the kind of experience Windows users expect. To make changes or debug your app, you can use your current IDE. We support IntelliJ, Android Studio, and Eclipse, and […]
A First Look at Building Windows 10 Universal Apps

A First Look at Building Windows 10 Universal Apps

2 years ago
At Mobile World Congress 2015, Kevin Gallo gave the world a first look at the Windows 10 universal app platform. Kevin provided background into how developers can achieve scale through reach across device types, and introduced adaptive UX, natural user inputs and cloud-based services to help developers deliver unique and personal experiences with Windows 10. […]
Inside Windows Platform | How to Add Push Notifications to Your App

Inside Windows Platform | How to Add Push Notifications to Your App

2 years ago
In this video, Shen chatted with Yavor Georgiev from the Azure team about how easy it is to add push notifications to your Windows app, using Azure Mobile Services. Why would you want to use Azure? Well, if you haven’t built push notifications before, you may not be aware that even though there is the […]
Inside Windows Platform | Going from Windows Phone Silverlight to Windows RT XAML

Inside Windows Platform | Going from Windows Phone Silverlight to Windows RT XAML

2 years ago
As we all know, up until Windows Phone 8.1, virtually all Windows Phone applications were written with Windows Phone Silverlight. With 8.1, we introduced Windows Runtime (WinRT) XAML. WinRT XAML, which evolved from Silverlight, first shipped on Windows 8.0. With Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 update 1, we now have this same UX framework available […]