Windows Store apps development support

Epicenter of creative ideas, common tips, best practice for Windows Store app. This blog has been archived and retired. Please visit http://blogs.msdn.com/b/windows8devsupport/ to check update.

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  • Blog Post: Using Free-COM DLL in Windows Store C++ Project

    It is generally known that migrating Desktop App to Windows Store App is quite a headache. In .NET, some namespace cannot be used in Windows Store App, so it is very difficult to deal with when you want to migrate code related to these namespaces. In C++, native code cannot be referenced directly as...
  • Blog Post: How to do data conversion in Windows Store app

    Q: How to convert streams in .NET? A: Here is the list to show the different stream types conversion. Conversion between Stream and IRandomAccessStream // stream to IRandomAccessStream var randomAccessStream = new InMemoryRandomAccessStream(); var outputStream = randomAccessStream.GetOutputStreamAt...
  • Blog Post: Porting Desktop Apps to Windows Store Apps

    Author: Han Xia Windows Store Applications bring a brand new look and user experience. It’s also a great challenge for the Windows developers who are familiar with the desktop applications development to adapt to the new interface and programing model. In this article, I try to provide the generic...
  • Blog Post: Introduce multi-thread programming in Windows Store apps Part II

    Introduction We will post a blog series to introduce multi-threading programming in Windows Store app. In this blog series, we will walk through a sample together to demonstrate which multi-threading APIs can be used, how to create a thread, and synchronization. As the second part in this series...
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