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  • Blog Post: Step by Step Creating a Windows 8 app from Windows Phone App Studio

    Windows Phone App Studio now supports the creation of Windows 8 apps in additional to Windows Phone! This post will show you how to generate a Windows 8 app and get it ready to publish. If you haven’t used Windows Phone App Studio before, you should check out the other resources on our Windows...
  • Blog Post: Learn how a little extra code can enhance HTML5 games

    With a little code, you can add new game elements to make even a simple game like Pong more engaging You can download the complete source code for this project here ( http://sdrv.ms/10B0H6l ). Also, check out my GitHub, it’s stuffed full of free to use templates and projects to help you get started developing...
  • Blog Post: Video of the week: Implementing Snap, Filled and Portrait Views in Windows 8 apps

    If you are building a Windows 8 app, you must support snap view. This video shows you how to do it with XAML apps. I came across this video in a blog post by Jerry Nixon , a developer evangelist in Colorado. It’s a nice simple example and walkthrough on how to support the different views such as snap...
  • Blog Post: How to publish your Windows 8 App to the Store

    Ready to submit your first Windows 8 app to the Windows Store? Read this walkthrough to guide you through the process Publishing your app requires a series of steps, we’ll try to walk you through them here! Log in to the windows store Submit your app App name Selling details Advanced features Age rating...
  • Blog Post: How to get your free student Windows Phone store account

    Student can publish their apps to the Windows Phone store at no charge through the DreamSpark program. Here’s how. There are perks to being a student, in this case it’s not having to pay to register and publish in the Windows Phone or Windows 8 stores. In this blog post you’ll see...
  • Blog Post: How to get your free student Windows 8 store account

    The Windows 8 store is open for individuals to publish and students can get a Windows store account for free through the DreamSpark program, here’s how you do it. Microsoft announced this week, that the Windows 8 Store is open to individuals and that they will be providing free accounts to students through...
  • Blog Post: If I can build a Windows Phone app anyone can! Extra controls for free!

    While the default controls in the Windows Phone SDK are nice, there are more free controls you can download and use as well to make your applications even better! My continuing adventures exploring Windows Phone application development. If you missed my early stories, you can find them here . Don’t forget...
  • Blog Post: If I can build a phone app anyone can!

    I can write code, but I always run into issues installing, testing, deploying, and dealing with nit-picky stuff. Everyone told me if you can code you can build a phone app, so I decided to put that to the test in this blog series. I will update this blog post as I continue my adventures so you can...
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