Windows 10 IoT Core is the smallest version of Windows 10 and is designed to help you build connected things of all sizes and types. Watch the video to get an overview of how IoT Core can help you and then read up on all the details at aka.ms/IotCore.
Adventure Works Camera is a UWP camera sample app developed for the desktop, phone, and Xbox One. It uses native UWP APIs to preview and capture frames from the camera stream. Check out the video to see how it works and then learn more at aka.ms/XboxAppDev.
High Contrast Support in Microsoft Edge gives users more color contrast if they find it hard to read text on the screen. Learn how you can optimize your web sites to take advantage of this feature and make your information more accessible. Complete details at aka.ms/EdgeHighContrast
The UWP Community Toolkit is a collection of helper functions, custom controls, and app services. It simplifies and demonstrates common developer tasks building UWP apps for Windows 10. To view the source code and contribute to the community, go to aka.ms/UWPCommunityToolkit. To read more details about the latest update, check out this blog post.
South Ridge is a sample app that demonstrates media playback in your UWP app for desktop, mobile, and Xbox One. Learn more about UWP apps on Xbox at h and read more details about media playback in this blog post.
The ‘One Dev Question with Raymond Chen’ video series is part of the One Dev Minute channel. In this series, longtime Microsoft developer and semi-official Windows historian Raymond Chen covers a series of questions about Microsoft Windows development, team culture, and/or history. If you have additional questions for Raymond, please add your questions in the […]
Backdrop is a sample app that demonstrates how to use background audio in your UWP app for desktop, mobile, and Xbox One. Built with Xamarin, it can also run on Apple TV. Learn more about UWP apps on Xbox at h.
In-app purchases help you monetize your app by enticing users with new and fresh content. This video will explain how to include and test in-app purchases using the Windows.Services.Store namespace. Learn more about monetizing your app at aka.ms/MonetizeYourApp. For full source code to the Coloring Book sample, go to github.com/Microsoft/Windows-appsample-coloringbook
The Coloring Book app sample demonstrates Windows Ink, a natural and creative way for users to interact with a Universal Windows Platform app. Learn more about using Ink in your app at aka.ms/WindowsInkSample. For full source code to the Coloring Book sample, go to github.com/Microsoft/Windows-appsample-coloringbook