Introduction to Windows 7 Development

Gets you started developing for Windows 7 using the Windows API Code Pack, a managed library from Microsoft
Course info
Rating
(41)
Level
Beginner
Updated
May 5, 2010
Duration
4h 21m
Table of contents
Light Up on Windows 7
Windows 7 Jumplists
Taskbar Overlays on Windows 7
Taskbar Thumbnails on Windows 7
Network Awareness on Windows 7
Power Awareness on Windows 7
Windows 7 Libraries
Windows 7 UAC and Manifests
Partitioning Administrative Tasks for Windows 7
Known Folders for Windows 7
Scheduled Tasks on Windows 7
Description
Course info
Rating
(41)
Level
Beginner
Updated
May 5, 2010
Duration
4h 21m
Description

This tutorial is aimed at Windows developers (Windows Forms or WPF) who want to add Windows 7 capabilities to their application. The emphasis is on providing a helpful and efficient user experience by hooking into what Windows 7 has to offer. You do not need to know how to interop to native code or how the Windows 7 features work internally.

About the author
About the author

Kate Gregory is in her fourth decade of being paid to program. Her firm, Gregory Consulting Limited, is based in rural Ontario and helps clients adopt new technologies and adjust to the changing business environment. Current work makes heavy use of .NET and Visual C++ for both web and client development, especially for Windows 7 and 8. Managing, mentoring, technical writing, and technical speaking occupy much of her time, but she still writes code every week.

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