My colleague Frank La Vigne has written a series blog posts “Adventures in Windows 8”, in which he covers a number of topics ranging from working with WinJS.xhr to migrating WP7 apps to Windows 8. See below. Great series.

Download Windows 8 Release Preview today and Install Visual Studio 2012 RC.

 

Adventures in Windows 8: Taking a Closer Look at WinJS.xhr

Adventures in Windows 8: Writing WinRT Components

Adventures in Windows 8: Wait Did You Say JavaScript?

Adventures in Windows 8: Handling HTTP 302 Responses in WinRT

Adventures in Windows 8: UX Considerations When Migrating from Windows Phone 7

Adventures in Windows 8: Another Look at the Area Code Look Up App UX

Adventures in Windows 8: Sending an HTTP POST Request with WinJS.xhr

Adventures in Windows 8: Making Your Own Promise

Interested to win a Windows Phone device or a grand prize? All you will have to do is to write a Windows 8 app for the public sector users. Detail at Mobile America.