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  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Contracts

    This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about how contracts work and is written by Robert Hedgate (@roberthedgate) at Jayway and was originally posted here . Introduction In this blog post I will do a quick overview of what is new with contracts...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers - Choose your Windows Phone XAML app model

    This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about how to choose application model for your Windows Phone XAML app and is written by Johan Silfversparre at Jayway and was originally posted here . Intro The release of Windows Phone 8.1 SDK gives...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers - Text to speech

    This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about how we can use the text-to-speech functionality and is written by Alexander Persson at Jayway and was originally posted here . This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Web Authentication Broker

    This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about how you can use the web authentication broker to authenticate and is written by Andreas Hammar (@andyhammar) at Jayway and was originally posted here . Intro Authentication using external services...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8.1 For Developers–For the HTML/Javascript Developer

    This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about the new and exciting possibilities for HTML/Javascript developers and is written by Alexander Persson at Jayway and was originally posted http://www.jayway.com/2014/04/14/windows-phone-8-1-for...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–The Portable Story

    This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks about how you can write for other platforms (i.e Android, iOS) and reuse that code in Windows Phone 8.1. This blog post is written by Peter Bryntesson (@petbry57) Introduction Arguably the best way...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Live Tiles

    This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post talks how to use Live tiles and is written by Robert Hedgate (@roberthedgate) at Jayway and was originally posted here Intro In this blog post I will do a quick overview of what is new with tiles in Windows...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–What Controls Are New

    This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post details what controls are new and a little on how to use them and is written by Robert Hedgate (@roberthedgate) at Jayway and was originally posted here . What Controls are removed between version 8.0 to...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–The new Visual Studio Experience

    This blog post is part of a series about how Windows Phone 8.1 affects developers. This blog post details how Visual Studio has been changed to enable you to write Universal apps and is written by Peter Bryntesson (@petbry57) Introduction With the release of Windows Phone 8.1, Visual Studio has introduced...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers–Overview

    This blog series will go into the details of the new version of Windows Phone from a developer’s perspective. This series is a collaboration between Microsoft and Jayway . This blog post will provide a high-level overview and is written by Peter Bryntesson (@petbry57). Windows Phone 8.1 is here! As you...
  • Blog Post: What happens when you await? – The problem (part I)

    This mini-series of three blog entries dives into what actually happens when you use the await keyword in C#. We will evolve a small code-base from a synchronous to a scaled-out asynchronous implementation, and get into the details as we go along. This is the first post and it presents the code base...
  • Blog Post: What happens when you await? – Making it asynchronous (part II)

    his mini-series of three blog entries dives into what actually happens when you use the await keyword in C#. We will evolve a small code-base from a synchronous to a scaled-out asynchronous implementation, and get into the details as we go along. This is the second post and it describes how we convert...
  • Blog Post: What happens when you await? – Scaling it out (part III)

    This mini-series of three blog entries dives into what actually happens when you use the await keyword in C#. We will evolve a small codebase from a synchronous to a scaled-out asynchronous implementation, and get into the details as we go along. This is the third and final post and it shows how we modify...
  • Blog Post: Build 2013–en personlig återblick

    Jag har varit på Build 2013 i San Francisco den 26-28 juni och tänkte här lite kort sammanfatta den upplevelsen. För er som inte vet det är Build Microsofts utvecklarkonferens där nyheter om våra utvecklingsplattformar, operativsystem och annat presenteras. Det ska också tilläggas att jag är anställd...
  • Blog Post: VS 2012: WinRT and language projection

    Back in the good old days when I started developing for Windows the following was true: I was a LOT younger. The year was 1987. The Windows version was 1.01. The language was C. The state of the art debugging was connecting another machine via RS-232 (remote debugging!). The only integrated development...
  • Blog Post: VS 2012: Debugging HTML/CSS with the DOM Explorer

    If you want to write a Windows 8 Metro Style application, you can chose between several programming languages. Of particular interest is the ability to write a native Windows 8 Metro style app in HTML/CSS/JavaScript. This gives HTML developers the unprecedented opportunity to write native apps with their...
  • Blog Post: VS 2012: Preview File feature

    Ever done a Find in Files in a Visual Studio solution, stepping through the search results? Irritated that you now have many files open for editing that you are in fact not editing at all? I am. Constantly. I usually end up hitting Windows –> Close All Windows and then restart opening up the files...
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