Introduction to Building Universal Store Apps With C# and XAML

This course covers the broad basics of Universal Store applications and code sharing in .NET and WinRT for XAML developers. We take a look at how we share views, assets, resources, and code, as well as the different options we have for sharing.
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This course covers the broad basics of Universal Store applications and code sharing in .NET and WinRT for XAML developers. We take a look at how we share views, assets, resources, and code, as well as the different options we have for sharing.
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Introduction
34m 30s
Sharing Code
44m 26s
This course covers the broad basics of Universal Store applications and code sharing in .NET and WinRT for XAML developers. We take a look at how we share views, assets, resources, and code, as well as the different options we have for sharing. We will wrap it all up with a discussion of handy tools, profiling, and publishing. A separate module covers the different Windows Phone options, and guides the developer on which template to use for their project, as well as the changes made from Windows Phone 8 to 8.1 Silverlight and WinRT.
Table of Contents
Introduction
34m 30s
Sharing Code
44m 26s
Description
This course covers the broad basics of Universal Store applications and code sharing in .NET and WinRT for XAML developers. We take a look at how we share views, assets, resources, and code, as well as the different options we have for sharing. We will wrap it all up with a discussion of handy tools, profiling, and publishing. A separate module covers the different Windows Phone options, and guides the developer on which template to use for their project, as well as the changes made from Windows Phone 8 to 8.1 Silverlight and WinRT.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(142)
Duration
5h 5m
Updated
31 Oct 2014
Course authors

Iris Classon is an appreciated speaker, writer, blogger, Microsoft C# MVP and member of MEET (Microsoft Extended Experts Team) with a tremendous passion for programming. She has had a remarkable career path that proves that nothing is impossible- switching from being a licensed and registered clinical dietitian to a software developer with a dozen certifications and a full time developer job with renowned companies.

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