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  • Blog Post: Windows Phone Dev Center Changes + Credit card validation no longer required

    After Build we have had many announcements regarding to the Windows Store and the Store Dev Centers. It is not the objective of this discussion to talk about the improvements on the Windows and Windows Phone Store so before go to the dev side let’s just say that now you have the opportunity to build...
  • Blog Post: ZipApp – Create your own Windows 8 App without any coding!

      This post was originally posted at The Developer Movement , I wanted to share this with Gulf educators and students to demonstrate how easy it is to get started as a Windows 8 app developer.     The promise : “Quick, simple and faster than hell”, “You don’t need to be a programmer” The...
  • Blog Post: Explore Doha With Our Time Out Doha Windows 8 App!

    Time Out Doha is a great app for people visiting or living in Doha to plan their outings and fun! This beautifully designed app gives you fantastic ideas about activities you can do to enjoy your time in the city. If you love shopping, going to the movies, having a good meal or just chilling at a hotel...
  • Blog Post: Using Applications bars and Flyouts in Windows 8

    There are many analogies between Windows Phone and Windows 8 applications, and the Application Bars are for sure one of these. Windows Phone introduced the application bar in his first release and, no matter if it's rough and limited, it's an important surface that adds space to the the main phone canvas...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8 – 60 Million Licenses Sold

    At the 11th Annual J.P. Morgan Tech Forum at CES 2013 today, Windows Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Financial Officer Tami Reller announced that Windows 8 has sold 60 million licenses to date . This represents the cumulative sales of Windows 8 including both upgrades and sales to OEMs for new devices...
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