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Purchase Modern C++ and Windows Store apps in India
Hi, Wanted to provide a quick update on the availability of my book, “Modern C++ and Windows Store apps”, in India. Get the eBook in Adobe PDF: http://www.infibeam.com/eBooks/modern-c-windows-store-apps-sridhar-poduri-pdf-ebook-download/9780989020800-BEPDF.html Get the paperback edition:...
25 Mar 2013
Modern C++ and Windows Store Apps – A book about Modern C++ and native technologies
Over the past few months, I have been writing a book on developing apps using C++ and the various native technologies shipping as part of the Windows 8 wave. Some of these technologies include: C++11, C++ /CX, native XAML, the Windows Runtime, C++AMP, Windows Azure Mobile Services etc. I am happy to...
19 Mar 2013
The power and flexibility of C++ or why you should write C++ apps for Windows 8 and beyond :-)
Last Friday, the C++ team in Redmond released source code for “Project Austin” a skunk works project that is essentially a note taking app. Check out the team’s announcement blog here. This app is one great example of the power of C++ allowing you to code in a largely ISO-C++ code base and then interface...
23 Sep 2012
Unit testing support for native apps in Visual Studio 11
Visual Studio 11 includes support for unit testing native code. This support is provided via an in-built, shipping in the box, brand new C++ unit testing framework. No need to take a dependency on the “/clr” switch anymore to write … Continue reading →
29 May 2012
Reflection in the native Windows Runtime
If the Windows Runtime has all sorts of metadata information on classes, types, interfaces etc, could a developer implement Reflection for native types? James McNellis has done just that. He has coded up a reflection library for native types. Just … Continue reading →
20 May 2012
Rendering Bing Maps on Windows 7 using Windows Web Services and Direct2D – Part I
The Bing Maps Web Services provide a wide array of methods that can be accessed programmatically. If you want to build desktop applications using native code, you can use Windows Web Services (WWSAPI) to access the Bing Maps Web Services. This series of three articles demonstrates using the Imagery service...
24 Apr 2010
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