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A few colleague evangelists are doing a series on MSDN Webcasts on building Windows 8 Metro style apps.. Catch the whole series and get a very concise, yet comprehensive introduction to building Metro style apps.. See below for abstracts and presenter for each session, click on the title for each session to visit the registration page for that session Each session is one hour.
Updated on 6/7 with new links to the off-line recordings since these are all in the past.
Monday May 14th, 2012 8:30 AM PST Introduction to the Windows 8 platform and the Windows store Jennifer Marsman Windows 8 is Windows re-imagined! Join this session to learn about the new platform for building Metro-style applications. Get an understanding of the platform design tenets, the programming language choices, and the integration points with the operating system and across Metro-style apps. We will also discuss the enormous opportunity for developers to make crazy money with the Windows Store. You will walk away with the resources to begin writing Metro applications for Windows 8.
Wednesday, May 16th, 2012 8:30 AM PST Designing apps with Metro style principles and the Windows personality Chris Bernard Metro style design has a set of five guiding principles to help you make the best choices when designing your app. These principles are the foundation for building great Metro style apps. Consider these principles as you plan your app, and always ensure your design and development choices live up to these principles.
Monday, May 21, 2012 8:30 AM PSTJohn WieseMonday, May 21, 2012 8:30 AM PST Monday, May 21, 2012 8:30 AM PST Building Metro style apps with XAML: What .NET developers need to know John Wiese
If you are experienced with .NET or Silverlight and are already familiar with XAML, this session will teach you everything you need to know to create a Metro style app for Windows 8. This session will cover updates to familiar features and explore concepts that are new for Windows 8. We’ll talk about building reusable Windows Runtime Components in C#, Async programming in Windows 8 and both the Visual Studio and Expression designers. This session will show you how to turn your XAML skills into money-making Metro style apps.
Thursday, May 31, 2012 8:30 AM PST Win as One: How Contracts in Windows 8 Help You Build a Killer Metro App G. Andrew Duthie Contracts are agreements between Windows and your Metro style app that allow you to integrate Windows 8 features into your app. For example, Windows 8 lets users share content from one application to another by using the Share contract.
In this session, you'll learn how contracts work and how to implement the built-in contracts such as Search, Share, Settings, and More. With Contracts, you can help users get more out of your app, and in a way that is consistent and intuitive, and they will reward you by coming back to your app again and again.
Monday, June 4th, 2012 8:30 AM PST Bring Your Windows 8 Metro Style Apps to Life with Tiles and Notifications Chris Bowen
Tiles and Notifications are important ways to draw attention to your app and improve your users' experiences. Tiles can draw users back into your app when your tile comes to life on Start screen. They can also let users personalize their Start screen by creating deep links to specific places within your app. Notifications, delivered through the Windows Push Notification Service, can inform and draw your users back into your app even when it's not running. In this session, you will learn how to effectively implement Tiles and Notifications to help your apps shine.
Wednesday, June 6th, 2012 8:30:00 AM PST Building Windows 8 Metro style casual games using HTML 5 David Isbitski
I will be watching. I hope you join us.
Happy WIndows 8 coding!
Are these going to be archived somewhere so they can be watched later? For example, work got in the way of me finishing the one this morning :(
What I saw was really good.
none of the links seem to be working. here are the right links:
If Microsoft wants developers to create apps then perhaps they should fix the links to their presentations. This is what frustrates developers since Google and Apple are much more organized and willing to share info.
This was linked from an email sent this morning... Yet the links are no longer valid! No archive??
Hi folks.. I just updated the post with the links to the archive. Sorry about the broken links, been out and was not expecting teched folks to remove the links.. these videos are now archived in channel 9, where you can find lots of other WIndows 8 contents too..