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Saturday, January 5, 2013

Windows 8 Theme Transitions

Much of the animation that you want in your application is already built in. Pages and objects make their transitions smoothly. At times, however, adding a bit more animation can make the difference between a "fast and fluid" application and one that looks less professional. Adding animation can be tricky however; and often takes the subtle skills of a UI designer. Windows 8, provides a set of "Theme Transitions and Animations" that greatly simplify adding animation to your application while ensuring a very high level of professional design – that is, they've worked out all the details for you and all you have to do is add a couple lines of XAML to make it "go." 


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Building Apps Across Windows 8 Platforms

Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 are finally here. In this article, I'll look at key similarities and differences between developing applications for these two new platforms. I'll start by taking a look at what it means to build for a Windows device. With the rapid adoption of touch-based computing, there's a need for traditional forms-based interfaces to evolve, making them more touch-friendly. Don't Start Me Up One such transition is the rather dramatic departure from a Start button, arriving at an entire Start screen. Those already familiar with Windows Phone will recognize the Live Tile concept and immediately feel at home. Live Tiles are not simply application shortcuts; they're about displaying a snapshot or status of each application, or part of an application.


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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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Saturday, November 17, 2012

Creating A Win8 Application From Scratch

Phil Japikse, Michael Crump and I set out to create three related applications from scratch. That is, a Windows 8 version written in XAML with C# (me), a Windows 8 version written in JavaScript (Phil) and a Windows 8 Phone version (Michael).

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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Versions of Windows Operating System from 1.0 to 8

In this article, I am going to show screen shots of various versions of Windows Operating System.

Of course, this screen shots are not taken by me. I have got this from one of my relative (Sriniwas Prasad) through email and thought it would be nice to publish it here.


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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Tips for submitting your Windows 8 app to the store

I've recently been submitting apps I've ported over from Windows Phone so I thought it would be interesting to post about tips for submitting your Windows 8 app to the store that will help speed your apps being accepted and published.

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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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Testing in-app puchasing in Windows 8

One of the many new features with upcoming Windows 8 is the Windows Store distribution and monetization channel. Developers can now add in-app purchasing to their apps. The prizes are the same as application prizes in store, e.g. starting from 1,49 USD (1,19 EUR) and gradually growing up in 50 cent increments. Because it seems testing in-app purchasing system isn't trivial to everybody, here's a quick sample to get you started. This is only a basic example to get you started, so I don't cover different in-app types. You can learn about those at this MSDN article.

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Designing your Windows 8 app to be the best in its category

When starting to design a Windows 8 app, the most important thing to do is pick out a best-at statement. To create one, answer the question: "This app is the best app in its category at what?" Take the time to come up with a great best-at statement because many of your decisions, from what features you build to how you lay out the content in your app will be based on it.

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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Windows 8 Notifications: Push Notifications

Push notifications are one of the hallmarks of a personalized application experience. The primary difference from the other notification mechanisms discussed so far is that the application itself does not set the delivery schedule. In the push notification scenario, a Windows 8 application is merely a subscriber to a hosted service that is responsible for triggering the notification and sending it to interested parties.

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Professional Windows 8 Programming with C# and XAML

It is an exciting time to be a Windows developer. The arrival of Windows 8 is a complete game changer. The operating system and its development platform offer you an entirely new way to create rich, full-featured Windows-based applications. Along with my fellow authors we you on a journey through all of the new development features of the Windows 8 platform and specifically how to utilize Visual Studio 2012 and the XAML/C# languages to produce robust apps that are ready for deployment in the new Windows Store.

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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

File Manipulation in Windows 8 Store Apps

As we know now, Windows 8 Store Apps are a new category of desktop apps that are touch-centric and run on the new WinRT runtime on Windows 8. In this article, we see how we can manage (Create and Update) binary data in Files using the Windows 8 runtime. File Management in WinRT WinRT's IO Subsystem has been written ground up to be completely async. As a result the System.IO has been superseded by Windows.Storage. Some namespaces from System.IO are still available and we have a set of new async helpers for the existing IO calls.

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Windows 8 Apps: The 8 Must-Know Tricks! Day 5

After a little gap because of a family relocation, we're back on schedule :). This is Day # 5 in the Windows 8 development article series on common tips & tricks towards real-world Windows 8 Store apps. Now that our Windows 8 app is well underway, time to make sure we are integrating our app with the rest of the Windows 8 OS through the use of right Contracts.

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Windows 8 Apps: The 8 Must-Know Tricks! Day 6

This is Day # 6 in the Windows 8 development article series on common tips & tricks towards real-world Windows 8 Store apps. Now that our Windows 8 App is starting to behave like a good citizen, time to take care of data – the crux of most applications & also make sure that our app lives its lifecycle cleanly. Over the next several weeks, you'll see 8 articles talk about some must-do things for Windows 8 app developers. Simple & to the point, with some code examples on XAML/C# stack.

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Simultan development for Windows 8 and Windows Phone

I am an enthusiast of the Microsoft ecosystem. I was starting with coding one and a half year ago by learning Windows Phone development in self study. With the incredible fast Windows 8 OS, I decided of course to go into Windows 8 development as well. Due to a growing readership of my blog and the fact that I wanted to recode my app on Windows Phone for my personal blog as well, I started the simultan development of the app both on Windows 8 and Windows Phone. With this app users will be able to read articles from my blog on msicc.net and share them with their social networks. Of course I will fully implement the commenting system from my blog so users can read and post comments on articles/posts. It will contain also more social interacting features from within the app as well as the possibility to save articles for reading them later.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Storage in a Windows 8 App

Apps generate data. Some of them generate a ton of data and others just a few little bits and pieces. Allow me to enumerate your options for storing stuff when you're working on an app for Windows 8. There are subtle differences between the way storage is done in an HTML/JS app versus a .NET or a C++, but for most of the techniques you're just accessing the WinRT library so the steps are practically identical. Before we enumerate the types of storage, let's talk about the types of data that typically get generated in an app. I'll break them up into application state, user settings, application data, and user data.

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New Microsoft Advertising Ad SDK for Windows 8 Available

Today I'm proud to announce the general availability release of the Microsoft Advertising SDKfor Windows 8. I wanted to take a moment and thank the developer community for all your feedback and support in building the SDK. We have actively been incorporating feedback since the Technical Preview release last year. The team has been focused on offering a best-in-class consumer experience as well as creating a world where developers can best take advantage of all Windows 8 Ads in Apps has to offer their applications. In the GA release we have made improvements in the SDKs performance, stability and the range of consumer experiences it supports. Below is a list of some of the improvements. The full updated API documentation can be found on MSDN.

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Using Live SDK in Windows 8

Live SDK provides a set of controls and APIs that enable applications to integrate single sign-on (SSO) with Microsoft accounts and access information from SkyDrive, Hotmail, and Windows Live Messenger on Windows Phone and Windows 8. Live SDK support several platforms such as: iOS, Android and of course Windows Phone and Windows 8 applications using C# and JS.

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Monday, October 1, 2012

Enhancing the Win8 Slider experience

In a touch oriented application, we often allow -or force- the user to set the value for an integer or an enumeration through a slider control. In most cases this is more comfortable and less error prone than working with the soft keyboard. Unfortunately it's not always ideal: if the range of values becomes too huge, or the slider becomes too narrow (e.g. when in portrait or snapped mode), then it becomes too difficult for the user to position the slider at the correct value. In this scenario, a textbox is a much more appropriate input control. This article proposes a UX design –and implementation- that offers the best of both worlds, and lets the end user decide on it.

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