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Level
Intermediate
Updated
May 30, 2013
Duration
1h 23m
Description

In this course, we learn how to build Windows Runtime Components in C# for use in any Windows Store Application, whether the application is written in .NET, C++, or JavaScript. We cover what the Windows Runtime provides all applications. We learn the rules for creating new components in .NET. Finally, we spend time understanding what the projections look like into C++ and JavaScript.

About the author
About the author

Scott Seely is the president of The Jeanius Factory, Inc., a Microsoft Regional Director and a Microsoft MVP.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction
Hi, my name is Scott Seely and I'm with Pluralsight. In this module, I'm going to introduce you to the course, Building Windows Runtime Components in. Net.

Windows Runtime Component Basics
Hi, my name is Scott Seely and I'm with Pluralsight. In this module, we're going to cover the Basics of Windows Runtime Components. In this module, we'll start off by looking at the various types in the Windows Runtime; we'll then take a look at the tie ins between the Windows Runtime,. Net, and COM; and we'll close that with a brief look at how to think about Asynchronous Methods and when you need to create them.

Authoring Windows Runtime Component
Hi, my name is Scott Seely and I'm with Pluralsight. In this module, we're going to talk about how you write your own Windows Runtime Components in. Net. We're going to start out by looking at types of different things you can build in. Net and expose them to Windows Store Applications. When you build these things, you need to be aware of the various rules around what you can and cannot build, what you can and cannot expose, so go into details about what those rules are. We'll close out the module by talking about how you expose asynchronous methods. Any method that may take more than 50 ms to execute must be marked as asynchronous.

Understanding Windows Runtime Projections
Hi, my name is Scott Seely and I'm with Pluralsight. In this module, I'm going to teach you how to understand Windows Runtime Projections. We're going to cover two big areas. We're going to start out by discussing what exactly is a projection. After we understand what a projection is, we're going to take a look at what a projection of various entities from C# looks like when they show up in C++ and in JavaScript.