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UWP: Things Required To Do Right After Creation of New Project.

Microsoft Visual Studio really supports you during the App development. It provides you lot of facilities and easiness in the form of pre-defined required code, Intellisense and important files that makes the developers life so much easier than ever before. Perhaps there are few things which you might want to do right after creation of…

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Microsoft Bot: Introduces the Bot Framework By Microsoft

During the Microsoft Build 2016 conference, Microsoft announced the Microsoft Bot Framework. The new Framework is the part of new type named “Conversation As A Platform (CAAP)” which is also unveiled at Build 2016 by Microsoft current CEO Satya Nadella.   The Microsoft Bot Framework  provides the great interaction naturally wherever your users are communicating with different Software Services… “Bots…

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Desktop App Converter: Converts Win32 And .Net Apps To Modern Apps

During the Microsoft Build 2016 conference, Microsoft announced an awesome tool of Desktop App Converter. That will allow developers to convert their Win32 and .Net apps to Modern Desktop apps.   By converting from Desktop App Converter the apps can have Live Tiles and notifications just like other UWP Apps. And once converted, these Modern Desktop apps can be submitted…

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JUMPSTART WITH DATA BINDING IN UWP

Data Binding is one of the most interesting topics in Universal App Development. In order to perform the better functionality, you really need to have some great usage of Data Binding in you Apps. So! First thing first. What is actually the Data Binding and is its usage in UWP. Don’t worry Data Binding is…

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DEVELOPING UWP APPS WITH SAMPLE DATA

The decent way to get hands on experience with UWP app is to develop an app in UWP by using Sample Data. So simply just start by creating a Blank App Project name SampleData in Microsoft Visual Studio 2015; Microsoft Visual Studio will create a Project with some prebuild files for you. Now simply add…

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