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  • Blog Post: Windows 8 Graphics - Fun with gradients

    This post is mainly for fun. You will see part of the code (such as button's style) in the next version of Story Creator. But this post will go beyond Story Creator. We'll explore Windows 8's gradient brushes, including XAML, HTML, and DirectX. In this post: Why do we need gradients Gradients...
  • Blog Post: More about REST: File upload download service with ASP.NET Web API and Windows Phone background file transfer

    Last week we discussed RESTful services, as well as how to create a REST service using WCF Web API. I'd like to remind you what's really important is the concepts, not how to implement the services using a particular technology. Shortly after that, WCF Web API was renamed to ASP.NET Web API , and formally...
  • Blog Post: A post about RESTful services

    Introduction This is the first article in a planned series of blog posts. There will be two or three posts in all. Today the All-In-One Code Framework sample Story Creator has a web role, which contains a RESTful service that allows you to upload stories to Windows Azure. One of the potential...
  • Blog Post: Create a color picker for Windows Phone

    One of the new features we plan to add to the next version of story creator is to add caption text support for each photo. This includes related settings such as text font and color. Adding font support isn't too difficult. But color is another story. It is easy enough to provide a static list to...
  • Blog Post: The future of Story Creator

    A while ago we released a sample called Story Creator: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/CSWP7AzureVideoStory-2b9c3e12 . It combines several technologies, such as Windows Phone, Windows Azure, WCF, and C++. It is a complete application that you can use and extend. But we're also aware of some limitations...
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