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At the Build conference, we announced the release of the new converged Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 platforms. As a developer, this means you can now build XAML and HTML universal apps that run on both Phone and Tablets by sharing a significant amount of code and content. To enable building universal apps, we added a number of new features to Visual Studio as part of the Visual Studio Update 2 RC. You have two ways to learn more about these features. One way is through this blog post. The other way is by watching my Build talk
that covers all of the material you will see here in more detail: There is no right or wrong way here, so pick either the video or the blog depending on how much time you have. Without further delay, let’s take a quick look at universal apps! Creating Universal Apps To help you get started with building universal apps in C#, C++, and JS, we created new project templates that contain the basic structure and behind-the-scenes configurations to allow you to share code and content: If you already have an existing Windows 8.1 application, you can use the “Add Windows Phone 8.1” command...(Read whole news on source site)
If you are building an “App for Office” using Visual Studio, you may encounter difficulties to inspect the html while the app is hosted on the Office clients. This make things complex to debug the app, applying/ changing CSS or even changing/inspecting the HTML elements. While dealing with such web application related issue, we always looks for a code inspector […]
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A couple of weeks ago, I posted about the new universal app model that Microsoft introduced at BUILD 2014. In that post, I introduced a version of Contoso Cookbook that runs on Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. That sample covered the basics of universal apps, including using a shared project to share code and resources between Windows and Windows Phone projects. Today I’d like to take it one step further by introducing a more sophisticated universal app named MyComix Reader, or simply “MyComix.” It’s an updated version of a sample that I published
in 2012. MyComix now gets its data from Azure. And it now runs on Windows and Windows Phone, enabling it to support a variety of form factors, including PCs, tablets, and, of course, phones. The screen shot below below shows the app’s start page in Windows and Windows Phone. Same data; just a different way of rendering the data on different devices. The app supports a 3-page navigation model, and it supports search. To see for yourself, download the Visual Studio solution and run it on your development PC. Remember that you’ll need to have Visual...(Read whole news on source site)